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Tiger Woods, one of the best people to ever play golf, may be back to his former self on the course. After a fiasco involving his personal life, his game suffered severely. However, given his recent performance in the PGA Championship, everything is pointing to a strong return from the king of golf. Baseball scores.

Even though his score isn’t the best, the fact that he played a composed game speaks volumes about his state of mind. He seems more relaxed on the course, he is really focused on golf. This is probably a good thing considering everything that has been going on with his personal life recently.

He shot a very solid 1-under 71. Certainly not the best performance of his career, but definitely the best we have seen from Tiger in recent weeks. He even made a brief appearance at the top of leader board, echoing the era when he held the title for five consecutive years. He made birdie on three of his first four holes. Basketball scores.

The leaders of the tournament, Bubba Watson and Francesco Molinari, quickly overtook his strong start. Both of these meticulous players lead at 4-under 68. Tiger needed his last birdie to stay in the top of the charts. NFL scores.

Tiger has made a huge rebound since his worst ever performance. The fateful event saw him shooting a massive 18-over 298, beating only one player in the 80-man field. That was at Firestone, a course he has won seven times. The past nine months of his life have ravaged his golf career. He has lost many of his sponsors, and his game has lost its edge. Many are eagerly awaiting the return of Tiger, but will he be able to pull it off? Though he would have a long way to go, if anyone could do it, it would be him. Be sure and follow the best sports betting information at

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