Tiger Woods is back to his winning ways, and some of the best golfers in the world are relishing the chance to face him again.
Woods won the Chevron World Challenge on Sunday, ending a two-year title drought that began shortly after his personal life imploded.
''It's something I look forward to,'' said Rory McIlroy, the U.S. Open champion who has moved up to No. 2 in the world and is playing at this week's Dubai Championship. ''(Playing against Tiger) would be a huge experience and a huge learning curve for me just to see how I would handle it.
''But it's not something I have experienced and it's not something that a lot of players in my sort of generation have experienced yet and it would just be great to have the opportunity to do it at some point next year.''
Before Sunday's victory, Woods had last won on Nov. 15, 2009, at the Australian Masters - a 26-tournament drought.
But that win moved Woods from No. 52 to No. ...