Divining Tiger Woods has become golf's greatest pastime.
"Will he, or won't he?" has become a question of Shakespearean dimensions as Woods strives to find the champion he used to be.
Is Woods "gone," his "golfing brain completely addled" as Peter Alliss, the legendary British broadcaster, said during his Hall of Fame induction speech on Monday night?
Certainly, a worst-ever performance at the Masters followed by a sloppy missed cut -- only the eighth of his professional career -- at Quail Hollow last week suggests the light at the end of Woods' tunnel is very far away.
On Tuesday, three of golf's premier television analysts -- Johnny Miller, Nick Faldo and Brandel Chamblee -- weighed in on the State of the Tiger, and they weren't exactly recommending buying his stock.
"The real bottom-line is for me (that) he just doesn't have the self-belief, the self-confidence that he obviously had, the Tiger of old," said Fald...