Tiger Woods: Is Less More?

Tiger Woods: Is Less More?

Tiger Woods is coming back for sure in 2015, but will he make a comeback?

He hasn’t won anything major since 2008, he hasn’t played most of the season in 2014 due to various injuries and now he wants 2015 to be his big comeback year. He is training more than ever, swears he’s in a very good shape and will take a more calm and studied approach in his game. However the problem might be his method of picking games.

For most his career he has been living under the ‘less is more’ mentality, meaning that instead of playing a lot of tournaments small and major he just focused on the major ones. Until 2008 it seemed to be working, having won a total of 14 majors and a career Grand Slam at a Major.

This year he might play in the Waste Management Open in Phoenix, otherwise if he follows his usual credo and play in the first major tournament he will have gathered six months of total inactivity. Woods is always speaking of reps and probably that’s what he needs most if he wants to make a comeback. And for someone like him reps doesn’t mean fun under the sun golfing with your buddies, but competitive golf, playing against real players.

Although Woods hinted several times that his schedule for 2015 will be busier and different than the schedules he’s had the years before. However his agent would confirm or deny any of this.

 

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