Beware, golfers: Tiger Woods is winning again. After coming back from fused-back surgery, Woods looks healthier than ever. He ended the 2018 season with a win at the Tour Championship and finished in the top-6 his last two majors. Many doubted Woods' ability to come back, but he is striking the ball with conviction and putting everyone else on notice.
When Woods' game is running on all cylinders, there is a look in his eye that nothing is going to phase him. That look is back and his competitors are in danger. He will win the Masters.
Golfers won't lay down and die just because Woods is in the field. He's not even the favorite to win the tournament!
Rory McIlroy holds the distinction of being the pre-tournament favorite, according to SportsLine, with Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose ahead of the Big Cat. Woods may have been the king before, but these other golfers aren't going to give him an inch just because he is Tiger Woods.
Woods might be able to play golf, but it takes a lot more than a few decent tournaments to win the Masters. He's not even coming into the Masters hot, failing to finish within the top-10 so far in 2019. Tiger Woods won't win this major tournament.