Tiger Woods spent the past two years working hard to get his game back on track. He accomplished that by winning the Bay Hill Classic. He was installed as a 4-1 favorite to capture his fifth green jacket at the Masters.
What Tiger has worked on equally as hard is to rebuild his reputation, which was tarnished by his sordid affairs and then the subsequent backlash from sponsors, fans and fellow players.
He seemed to have accomplished this, as well. He became gracious, humble, selfeffacing and no longer threw the tantrums that typified his play for years.
The Masters was supposed to usher in the second reign of the best player to ever lift a club. Lazarus had nothing on Tiger’s coming-back-to-life story...