Tiger Woods Set To Make 2016 Debut | 10th Year Seniors
by JOHN-MARC Tiger Woods is set to make a return to golf this week, as he takes on some of the worlds best in the 2016 Hero World Challenge. Hero Corp Marketing Director Pawn Munjal knows that "There is a special excitement in the air" with Woods returning to competitive golf. It has been a long 15 months for Woods after he had two back surgeries in the fall of 2015 to relieve discomfort of a pinch nerve. The bond the player's hold for each other is special and as Woods called it, the PGA Tour is a "special fraternity" to him, noted by the players' support of him since his recovery process began. "The amount of dinners I've gone out to with the guys, the texts, the phone calls over the last 14, 15, 16 month, the guys wanted me to come back out here and play or help in any way possible," he said. Despite the long layoff Woods knew that in his downtime it was important to concentrate on this brand and look out for his best interests for life after golf. "I really did some pretty good