What kind of year will Tiger Woods have in 2012?
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Tiger Woods is at Abu Dhabi this week, in good health and even better spirits as he kicks off his 2012 season.
Basically he’s ready to kick some butt!
After enduring a rather miserable year for most of 2011, which included injuries and poor play, Woods appeared to turn things around with a strong final month or so, which concluded with a victory at the Chevron World Challenge, his first win in more than two years.
So can we expect more of the same from Woods now that he appears to have gotten over the hump? Is he back to the Woods that was a threat to run away with every event he entered, and quite often would do just that?
It was once seen as a given that he would eventually break Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major tournament victories. But the 36-year-old Woods has been stuck on 14 for quite some time now -- will he be any closer by the time this season is over?
How do you think he will do this year? Vote in the poll, then leave a comment explaining why you voted the way you did.
-- Chuck Schilken