Tiger Woods tees it up this week for the first time since what even he would agree was a less than stellar performance at The Masters.
He's at Quail Hollow, host for the Wells Fargo Championship, which, though relatively new, has given us many outstanding champions in the past, including Woods himself in 2007.
After Woods performance at Augusta many people are now wondering what will Tiger do next, never mind what will Phil do next. We can kind of guess what Phil will do next.
Of He will hit some great shots and he will hit some goofy ones.
Woods is now officially almost a man of mystery
. He was practically robotic for 15 years but has made some really unexpected choices recently.
Uncharacteristically, he turned his coach Sean Foley loose on the media.
Foley told Sirius / XM PGA Tour Network's Matt Adams (h / t golfweek.com) that critics should leave Woods alone. What's even more amazing about this is that supposedly one reason Butch Harmon was "fired" was that he talked to the media too much.
"It has just gotten to the point where the tearing down of Tiger as a person and a golfer has become just too much. I think it is just out of hand," Foley said two weeks ago.
It's the same thing to watch until he does it, which he surely will. When Woods was asked what it would mean to win at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill, he said, "As far as what it would mean, it would mean No. 72. "
Nobody gave it a thought. But Woods knew it was just one back of 73, the number that ties Nicklaus.
Kathy Bissell is a Golf Writer for Bleacher Report. Unless otherwise noted, all quotes were obtained first-hand or from official interview materials from the USGA, PGA Tour or PGA of America.