Jay Monahan, New Tour Commissioner, Says Tiger Woods Can Still Win

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by GOLF WIRE

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Can Tiger Woods win again? The many absolute chairman in golf thinks so.

Tiger Woods is formulation to flog off 2017 by personification 4 events over a five-week stretch, and according to Golf Channel, no one is some-more vehement to have Woods behind in movement than new PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan. Asked about Woods’s report during a SBS Tournament of Champions in Hawaii on Saturday, a commissioner couldn’t enclose his enthusiasm.

“Just so we’re clear, when he’s 75 years aged I’m going to still consider he can win on a Tour,” Monahan said.

Earlier this week, Woods announced that he would tee it adult during a Farmers Insurance Open and a Omega Dubai Classic before holding a week off forward of a Genesis Open and Honda Classic.



Photo: Chris Condon/PGA Tour

“It’ll move even some-more courtesy to events that are really strong,” Monahan said. “Given a volume of time that Tiger’s been out of a diversion there’s a good volume of seductiveness and expectation for how he’s going to perform, quite after creation 24 birdies.”

Woods astounded many observers with a comparatively plain opening in his initial ambience of foe in some-more than a year during a Hero World Challenge in December. He posted rounds of 73-65-70-76 and finished 15th in a 18-player field, though Monahan says it wasn’t his measure that tender him a most.

“I consider a approach his energy, his countenances … a fun that he had that week lends itself for all of us,” Monahan said. “It’s really sparkling to consider about what he could potentially accomplish in a entrance weeks.”



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