Tiger Woods is about the only person not in a panic about his game.
These remain curious times for the guy trying to show he can still dominate golf as he once did. In his last four tournaments, Woods walked off the course in the middle of the final round at Doral with tightness in his left Achilles tendon, won by five shots at Bay Hill for his first PGA Tour title in 30 months, was an also-ran at the Masters with his worst performance there as a pro and missed the cut at Quail Hollow for only the eighth time in his career.
In the absence of trophies, there is no shortage of opinions.
Peter Alliss, the player-turned-broadcaster, said before his induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame that Woods is ''gone at the moment.'' Nick Faldo, a six-time major champion who works for CBS Sports and Golf Channel, said Woods no longer has the self-belief that made him No. 1 for all those years. Brandel Chamblee, a journeyman on the PGA Tour and now an analyst for Golf Channel, said Woods sh...