Tiger Woods happy to be back at Tour Championship

By Daily Sports on September 21, 2018

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Tiger Woods is back at the Tour Championship for the first time in five years, looking to close out a remarkably good season with a victory while building toward next week's Ryder Cup.

Among the bigger surprises at the beginning of 2018 would have been to suggest that Woods would be at East Lake for the season-ending, 30-player event and Jordan Spieth would not.

"To come back from where I've come back from and to get here has been a pretty tall order and something I'm proud of," Woods said Wednesday before a practice round on the course, which has seen the front and back nine flipped since he last played the Tour Championship in 2013.

Woods, 42, is playing his 18th tournament of the year, an impressive number given all the back issues that forced him to miss most of the past two seasons.

He has won the Tour Championship twice, in 1999 and 2007, the latter victory at East Lake when he also won the inaugural FedEx Cup. Woods also won the FedEx title in 2009 when he finished second to Phil Mickelson in the tournament

•Adapted from a Kweseespn.com report. Photo shows Tiger Woods

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 21, 2018

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