What will Tiger — and some others — do?
Tiger Woods says he's as healthy as he's been in years, his surgically repaired left knee standing up strong throughout 2012. He ended his winless streak on the PGA Tour with three wins in 2012, although he faded from contention on the weekends in the four majors. And he says his short game was coming around toward the end of the season.
So, look out, folks.
With more work improving the swing that he and coach Sean Foley are targeting (Foley said after Woods won the 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational that the two were only 50% toward the ultimate goal), and with more work on his short game (because he won't have to spend as much time on the other parts of his swing), Woods will once again be in contention in nearly every tournament he plays.