Tiger Woods is set to return to the PGA Tour after being out of commission since last summer’s United States Open victory. Since then he’s had reconstructive surgery on his knee and seen the birth of his second child and first son. NBC Golf analyst Johnny Miller joined ESPN Radio Chicago to talk about Tiger’s return starting tomorrow at the WGC Accenture Match Play.
“Maybe now he’ll get the distance back. To be honest with you, he was a lot longer hitter when he was 18, 19 years old than he is now. Maybe because of that knee he’s been having to sort of swing not as full as he could. So maybe he’ll get the distance back where he’ll be the longest hitter on tour. We’re going to sure find out real quick.”
“He’s sort of addictive to watch and for anybody to really feel like that’s bad is missing the boat. Because we might not see another Tiger Woods for another 100 years I don’t know.”