From a sex scandal, divorce, and loss of form, to arrest for driving under the influence, addiction to painkillers and four major back surgeries, Tiger Woods’ route into the sunset of his career has been rocky to say the least.
Plus, he’s 42 in a sport dominated by fit, young athletes — a trend he pioneered 20 years ago.
Woods will tee it up at Augusta this week as one of the favorites to clinch a fifth green jacket and 15th major title.
Far from fairytale or wishful thinking, Woods’ remarkable resurgence this season following back fusion surgery last April suggests he is trending towards the top of a leaderboard. In his last three events he’s finished 12th, tied second and tied…