Tiger Woods won his first tournament in more than two years on Sunday, and there are plenty of ways to view his victory at the Chevron World Challenge. Let's run down the possibilities, shall we?
1. It means nothing because it came in an 18-man tournament. Let's be honest, Woods didn't exactly throttle the entire golf world at the Chevron. Sure, Matt Kuchar and Hunter Mahan were there, as were wunderkind players like Keegan Bradley and Webb Simpson, but there was no Rory McIlroy, no Lee Westwood, no Luke Donald. The highest-ranked player at the tournament was No. 6 Steve Stricker. Not the most dominating field, right?
2. It means everything because winning is winning. On the other hand, Woods has been without victory for so long that even this relatively nondescript win will do wonders for his confidence. He's got the taste of blood again.
3. It will throw the fear of God back into the competition. Zach Johnson's face said it all: the days of expecting Woods to fold are over. Johnso...