Tiger Woods, the former No. 1 golfer in the world, appears ready to ascend back to the top as he strolls to what looks like another victory in the Cadillac Championship at Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Florida.
He had his swagger back and probably uttered the words no other golfer wants to hear Saturday after he finished off a round of 67 -- two better than Graeme McDowell, who started the third round only two shots off the lead and finds himself still in second.
When asked if he thought he could return to the form of more than a decade ago when he routed opponents and seemingly rendered golf courses defenseless, Woods replied, "I want it to be better."
Yikes. And the Master's, the year's first major, is only three weeks away at Augusta National Golf Course.
“I don't want to be as good. That was never the intent," said Woods, owner of 14 victories in major tournaments, who is looking for his 76th PGA Tour victory on Sunday.