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Tiger Hitting Balls Again - How will he do in 2015?


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  1. 1. How will Tiger do in 2015?

    • 5+ wins including 1+ majors
      4
    • 2-4 wins including 1+ majors
      19
    • 2+ wins including no majors
      20
    • 1 win of some kind
      19
    • No wins, but a solid year
      4
    • A horrible year altogether
      5


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He did pretty well in 2013, so not sure he forgot how to win in just a year.  Lowest Score Wins, so not sure he needs to do anything differently than he did in 2013 or before.  He hasn't led the Tour in driving distance for a while, so not sure where you believe his game has changed.  He needs to be healthy imo, the talent is there.

I'm speaking more of the mental game.  He played pretty well for a little while in 2013.  His issues were the same over and over though.  Erratic driving, poor distance control into the greens leaving him with long putts which he clearly isn't making like he used to.

IMO, he's going to have to forget about striping the ball 300 yards, his body won't allow it without breaking down.  He's going to have to throttle back, hit it shorter but keep the ball in play and go from there.  Z Johnson and Kuch certainly win enough utilizing that approach, Tiger has more talent than either of those 2.  I see no reason other than his own inability to rethink his game, why he can't return to a winning form again including a few majors.  Beating Jacks record though?  I don't think it's in the cards at this late stage.

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