Woods hopes to stick around at Sawgrass
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Tiger Woods is not about to panic over his last two results, including a rare missed cut last week at Quail Hollow.
Woods was preaching patience Tuesday at The Players Championship, the tournament that has given him more fits than any other on his regular schedule. He says he has had bad patches before when he was revamping his swing, and eventually he went on a big run and established himself as the best in golf.
The last month has been a wild ride. He won on the PGA Tour for the first time in 30 months at Bay Hill. He was an also-ran at the Masters with his worst performance as a pro at Augusta National. And he didn't make it to the weekend at Quail Hollow.
Now comes the TPC Sawgrass, where Woods has withdrawn each of the last two years with an injury.
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