This comeback might be different for Tiger Woods.
Woods, who underwent a fourth back operation in April, said recently on "Holding Court with Geno Auriemma" that he's been hitting the ball really far as he prepares to return at the Hero World Challenge.
"I can't believe how far I'm hitting the golf ball," Woods told Auriemma .
On Tuesday, Rickie Fowler confirmed to Dylan Dethier of Golf.com that the 14-time major champion is bombing it past the 28-year-old at Medalist Golf Club.
Fowler averaged 300.3 yards off the tee in 2017, ranking him 41st on the PGA Tour, while Woods averaged 299.3 in driving distance on four record drives last season.
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