But then the cracks began to show. You look at Tigers’ fourth-round stats and the tears start to well. You realize it’s been a half-decade since he won a major, and a solitary tear rolls down your face. You see him drop to the ground in back or knee pain, realize he’s pushing 38 years on this planet and the waterworks start in full force. It’s a confusing time for fansuntil His Excellence returns in full force. This week was another reminder of how good Tiger can be even with all of the injuries and advancing age. For the third straight time, he closed out the Presidents Cup by scoring the winning points and finished the event with an overall solid record of 3-1. Three of those wins came with playing partner Matt Kuchar. The duo stormed through the International side with three straight wins from Thursday through Saturday, heading into Sunday as the only undefeated players in the field before losing their opening match on the final day. Kuchar and Woods also had a camaraderie on the course you rarely see with Eldrick nowadays, doing theFresh Prince of Bel Air handshake and generally looking like two people who like each other. Seeing as Tiger isn’t exactly the most relaxed of competitors, it was somewhat jarring to see a consistent smile. That said, this weekend followed a familiar pattern for Tiger. He defeated Sterne in their individual match-play event, but did so while shooting an even-par round.
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