Tiger Woods is back and on a mission as he crowns his 2019 comeback by leading the US team to victory in the Presidential Cup.
Earlier this year in April, Tiger Woods marked his comeback by winning his first major championship since 2008 when he won the US Open.
He went on to earn his 5th green jacket when he won the Masters for the 5th time since 2005.
He went on to equal Sam Snead’s 1965 PGA Tour record of 82 PGA titles when he won the PGA title in Japan this year in October.
To cap the year off in style and stick one back at critics, Woods went on to lead the US team to victory as he captained Team USA in the Presidential Cup.
He becomes only the second playing captain to win the cup since the tournament’s inception in 1994 when US team captain Hale Irwin lead his team to victory.
The 43-year old now has one major record in his sights as he continues gaining momentum in his amazing comeback story. He is now chasing after Jack Nicklaus’s record 18 major wins which has been left untouched since 1986.