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Tiger Woods returns to Pebble Beach, a return to glory to follow?

Pat McMahon Contributor

Feb 7, 2012 – From youthful phenom to golfing demi-god, then to tabloid fodder and utter dispair, Tiger Woods is finally coming out of the censorious cloud that has hung over him for two plus years.

He’s reached the winner’s circle once more, regained control over his golf swing with some (finally) healthy legs and new coach, and has seemingly come to terms with where he is now in his life. He’s 36 years old, four majors shy of his life-long goal of Jack Nicaklaus’ record of 18, and amongst a field of competitors where the talent gap has shrunk to a sliver.

But when Tiger takes the tee Thursday morning at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, he not only returns to the tournament for the first time in a decade, it also may mark the beginning of the next act in the epic saga of Eldrick Tiger Woods.

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