It’s Masters week, and where to start? The storylines are so plentiful and dynamic it’s almost impossible to narrow them down.
The eyes of the golf world will be on Augusta, Georgia, for the first major championship of the golf season.
Here are some things to look for:
Where else could you start but with the greatest player of this era showing his best form in years? Woods’ back-to-back top-five finishes last month in Florida marked the first time March of 2013 he’s had consecutive top-fives (that year he was both the Cadillac Championship and Arnold Palmer Invitational in consecutive starts.)
It’s been 10 years this June since Woods has won a major championship. He underwent knee surgery the week after that U.S. Open triumph and, while he’s won 14 total tournaments since, his health has really never looked as good as it seems to right now.
Three of the last four years Woods has been unable to even play at Augusta at all. He’s primed not to just to be here but to compete to win it all.