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Is he back? I don’t even have to say who “he” is and you already know who I’m talking about. Tiger Woods, ladies and gentlemen. Before last week, I thought this question was stupid. He has four wins already this year and is back at number-one. Of course he’s back, right? 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Well that was until Saturday at The Open Championship. Miguel Angel Jimenez missed a short putt at the second and who was in the lead all alone? Tiger Woods. I told myself right then and there, “Tiger has no excuses if he doesn’t win.” And I’m sticking with that. The old Tiger would’ve run away from the field, which is what I thought he was going to do. Instead, he three-putted on the fourth green and fell back to the field with a bogey. But it wasn’t over there. Number sixteen was the perfect opportunity for Tiger to show the world that he was back. He was trailing playing partner Lee Westwood by one stroke going into the par-three. Westwood missed left and Woods hit a perfect shot, about twenty feet below the hole. Westwood took two shots to get onto the green and Woods was looking at a putt for a two-shot swing and control of the championship. Again, the old Tiger would’ve knocked it in and said “goodbye” to the rest of the field. He gave it a shot, but caught the left lip and Westwood proceeded to knock in the must-make bogey. Then Tiger tried to destroy a three-wood at the par-five seventeenth over a cross bunker on his second shot. He was lying up anyway, so the smart play would have been going short of the sand trap and having a shot from the fairway to put it on in regulation. He went on to bogey and drop two shots to Westwood. The third round was basically the end for Tiger, but he still had eighteen holes to make up the two-stroke deficit. But he did not have history on his side because he had never come back to win a major when trailing after 54 holes. He made three bogeys before his first birdie on the ninth. At one-over, it was going to take a Tiger-like performance on the back nine to come back. But ever since the 2009 PGA Championship when he lost his only 54-hole lead at a major in his career, he hasn’t had the same charisma about him. Players aren’t as afraid of him and his personal life mishaps just added to his flaws. He began the back-nine with back-to-back bogeys, well out of it at three-over. He finished with a 74 and two-over overall, five back of champion Phil Mickelson. Even though Woods is one ahead of Mickelson in the world rankings, Mickelson is two ahead in majors since 2010. Tiger Woods appears to be on the wrong track to not winning a major in a while. He’s been in the mix in the last six majors, but has not won a single one. He was in the lead at three of them, last year’s U.S. Open, and this year’s Masters and Open Championship. He will never be the same Tiger that we came to know and love in 2000. Then, he finished atop the last three majors. Now, he’s been atop in two of them in 2013 and possibly three at Oak Hill in a couple of weeks. But he hasn’t finished the deal. 21 majors have gone by since Woods’ last win and he’s competed in 17 of them. The world has gotten better and he has lost his swagger. Don’t be surprised if another 21 go by and he still stands at 14 career majors. It appears that Jack Nicklaus’ record is safe and sound. -O’Shea  
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