Tiger Woods will be one of the major talking points once again at the PGA Championship
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"I think he was pleased for the week, I really do, that he found out what he could do. And now he, not only we, but I think he'll expect a lot more out of himself as well."
Woods hasn't played competitively since the Masters but he did enjoy a recent scouting trip to Southern Hills, having played all 18 holes to get his eye in.
And two-time US Open champion and ESPN analyst Andy North believes that that the warm weather that can be expected next week will suit the 15-time major winner's golf game. "He's had another five weeks or so to work on his body and get stronger.
"It's going to be warmer, which he likes. I thought that the cold weather on the weekend (at Augusta) really did a disservice to him. Southern Hills is not the easiest walk in the world, but it's not like Augusta. I think overall he's probably in a better place than he was the Thursday before the Masters. It will be interesting to see if his play indicates that."