Tiger Woods still has the sway and the swagger, even if you could probably out-drive him today on the 15th hole at Dubsdread or any municipal golf course. Despite Tiger's wear-and-tear mileage, he remains on top of the leaderboard among iconic athletes of this generation.
Tiger misses golf. Golf misses him more.
The hope is for a blissful reunion at Isleworth Country Club on Dec. 4-7 when Woods hosts the Hero World Challenge tournament, benefiting the Tiger Woods Foundation. It will be his first rounds of competitive golf since an ailing back forced him to stop play in August.
"I haven't swung a golf club yet," Woods said Monday, announcing a four-year...