Tiger Woods' Masters wisdom credited for spurring star's masterclass in Mexico


“This should be a difference, right, on and off the golf course? We’re in there to do a job, it’s a different mental state. I don’t know how or why I switch it so quickly, but it’s just how it’s always been.”

Woods himself was not in action at Vidanta, however this came as no surprise after the American admitted he would now only compete ‘part-time on the PGA Tour’ due to the effects of the injuries he suffered in a high speed car accident in 2021. He will however be back in action in just two weeks’ time after his entry into this year’s PGA Championship at Southern Hills was confirmed last week, alongside long-time rival and reigning champion Phil Mickelson.


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