There's at least one person in this world who hasn't counted
And that would be Tiger Woods.
"I know some of you guys think I'm buried and done," he said at a news conference before the
Almost two years have gone by since the 39-year-old's last victory on the
"I've always loved this golf course," he said. "There's just something special about it."
Speaking with reporters, Woods eschewed talking about retirement, preferring to focus on his revamped swing -- a work in progress, he said -- and stretches of encouraging play at recent tournaments such as the Memorial and the Masters, where he finished tied for 17th.
"I'm still young. I'm not 40 yet," he said. "I love playing, I love competing and I love playing these events."