I am not dead, I am ready to go: Tiger Woods
Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods is "ready to go" as he prepares for his return to competitive golf after almost 16 months out
New York: Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods is "ready to go" as he prepares for his return to competitive golf after almost 16 months out.
The 40-year-old is making a belated comeback having pulled out of the PGA Tour's Safeway Open in October, stating his game was "vulnerable".
Having spent nearly two months working to improve things — and testing new clubs after his sponsor Nike announced it was pulling out as equipment manufacturer— Woods has arrived in the Bahamas for his own hosting of the Hero World Challenge, an event which carries world ranking points.
"I'm not dead. I'm ready to go,"' he told ESPN. "I'm nervous for every tournament I play in, whether it's after a lay-off, or six in a row, or a major."
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