Is he finally back? Who the heck really knows. But after a superb performance on Sunday afternoon, Tiger Woods produced the kind of performance we'd been waiting two years to see.
Those may be some bold words, but after watching Woods dispose of Aaron Baddeley during his Presidents Cup singles match, clinching the winning point to secure the trophy, it's hard to not look at the former No. 1 ranked player in the world and believe things have finally clicked for him.
Woods' swing had been coming around for some time. After posting a third-place finish -- his best of the season -- at the Australian Open, there were signs that he had finally found his swing. But there was still something missing.
That missing piece was a confidence boost. Rarely does Woods lack anything in the confidence department, but watching him struggle at times in the last year, you could tell he needed a little bit of swagger to finally put it all together.
It's too bad for Aaron Baddeley that Woods' confidence ...