Tiger Woods may not win again but his latest comeback can still inspire | Ewan Murray

Woods has endured another troubled year culminating in pleading guilty to reckless driving but he is remodelling himself as a mentor as well as a competitor as he plots his latest return

Whatever else Tiger Woods may have developed during his latest lengthy absence from competitive golf there appears a new willingness to display a sense of humour.

That Woods privately does a sharp line in wit has been insisted upon for years by those who know him, and the 41-year-old has raised smiles by offering thanks to “the committee of one for picking myself to play” in the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas at the end of November. Woods essentially hosts the tournament, managed by one of his companies, and the 14-times major winner’s foundation is a key beneficiary. Whispers that Woods was not only playing but playing well were confirmed with his addition to an 18-man cast that also includes Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Justin Rose.

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