After a two year drought, Tiger Woods has won the Chevron World Challenge in style. Woods went onto the 17th hole on Sunday one stroke behind American Zach Johnson. Woods birdied the 17th to tie with Johnson for a shootout on the 18th. Woods’s birdie and Johnson’s par on the 18th was enough for Tiger to claim the victory. Tiger’s win was not surprising as he had been near the top of the leader board the entire weekend.
In interviews throughout the weekend, Tiger expressed that he felt more prepared for this tournament than he had for any other in the last two years, and it showed. Tiger’s stats were not the most steller, but they were enough. He said he felt focused and that he was looking forward to a full schedule in 2012, and I think golf fans are as well.