It was not a good game for Tiger Woods in the Chevron World Challenge.
He barely qualified on the game and it looked like he has lost his edge.
After the cheating scandal, the last two years has been the worst performance of his career.
In a much better note, Tiger looks like his back in the game.
On his game in Australia, there were many indicators that he is back on track. He was lead in the 36 hole at the Australian Open.
He was in third place, which is his best result this year.
On the President’s Cup, he was at his best on the final round of singles.
Tiger Woods said that he was thankful on Australia’s windy weather.
“Anybody who makes swing changes.. you get exposed in the wind, I felt very comfortable in that wind, which was great.”
It was a good news for Tiger, he had a 75-72 weekend to tie for 20th.
“I felt I should have won the tournament, A right to left swing cost me eight shots on certain holes, and I did not have the ability to maneuver the ball left to right at that time. So the wind exposed me there, which was good.”
“Playing in Oz in two weeks, it was fantastic. I hit all shapes, all trajectories, and if you look at the rounds, I hit most of my shots pint high. That’s an indication if the wind’s blowing that hard, and I’m really controlling my trajectory well.”
On the next game, he will play with his friend and regular partner, Steve Stricken on the first round.
Steve said that he liked what he has been seeing on Tiger.
“He was hitting it as solid as I have ever seen him hit it.”
He added, “He seems happy.And his getting his confidence back. He just needs to see the ball go in the hole a few more times.”
When asked if he thinks he has improved, he said, “Absolutely I can sense it. I have made tremendous strides.”