Over the past eight years, Woods has battled physical and personal obstacles, and struggled with areas of his game, all reasons why he’s come up short. Some years at the Masters, he’s simply been outplayed.
And while the favorite seldom wins in golf — even in a field of 93 golfers, the player to beat before the tournament starts has quite a challenge being the one left standing at the end — Woods appears to have everything exactly as he’d like.
“I feel very comfortable with every aspect of my game. I feel that I’ve improved and I’ve gotten more consistent, and I think the wins show that,” Woods said. “That’s something that I’m proud of so far this year, and hopefully I can continue it this week and the rest of the year.”