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SVP recalls eating pizza with Tiger Woods.

Scott Van Pelt tells a story about owing Tiger Woods a pizza after Tiger won the 2002 U.S. Open, and how the USGA subsequently got mad at SVP for keeping Tiger too long because they were eating pizza.


Coachman: Tiger not far off from becoming threat.

Jonathan Coachman says that if healthy, Tiger Woods can still be a great golfer and a major threat to other PGA Tour players. Michael Collins echoes Coachman's sentiments and focuses on the positives of Tiger's performance at the Hero World Challenge.


Woods: 'I just needed to get some rest'

Tiger Woods joins ESPN's Bob Harig to discuss his performance during the Hero World Challenge, staying mentally strong throughout the tournament and his plans for competing again in the Masters.


No questions asked after Tiger's finish.

Jason Sobel, Bob Harig and Michael Collins break Tiger Woods' 15th-place finish at the Hero World Challenge and are generally excited about his overall big-picture performance.


You can bet that Tiger is back.

Jason Sobel and Michael Collins analyze what they learned from Tiger Woods' performance, explaining that his competitive juices are back and flowing.


Tiger Woods finishes 15th at Hero World Challenge.

Fourteen-time major champion Tiger Woods finishes with 24 birdies for the week but shoots a final-round 76 - the highest score of any player during the week - to finish 15th in the 17-player field at the Hero World Challenge.


Tiger believes he had a chance at playing well.

I asked Tiger about changing his expectations. Video by Michael Collins


Tiger feeling more comfortable every day.

Tiger Woods talks about his physical conditioning after the third round at the Hero World Challenge and says he's getting more comfortable each day.


Tiger explains why he swung so hard with his driver on the 11th tee.

Tiger Woods says it felt good to swing hard and drive the ball down the fairway on the 11th hole.


Change of putter changing confidence for Tiger.

Michael Collins and Jason Sobel explain how Tiger Woods' change of putter is showing in the confidence he has shown in his return at the Hero World Challenge.


Tiger has a lot to happy about with second round play.

Bob Harig and Michael Collins break down Tiger Woods' second round at the Hero World Challenge and how his play is improving.


Woods fires 65, almost aces No. 12.

Tiger Woods posts a bogey-free 7 under 65, including a near hole-in-one in the second round of the Hero World Challenge.


The Tiger who can win golf tournaments is still in there.

Michael Collins explains the difference between what happened on Tiger Woods' first eight holes compared to his last ten and then looks ahead to Friday's round of play.


Woods shows positive signs in Pro-Am.

After watching Tiger Woods' play in the Wednesday's Pro-Am at the Hero World Challenge, ESPN's Bob Harig and Michael Collins share their expectations for Round 1 in the Bahamas.


Woods under control at Pro-Am.

Michael Collins talks about how Tiger Woods looks early on at the Pro-Am and what he considers a good weekend for him in his first competitive golf tournament since the since the 2015 Wyndham Championship.


Tiger's son knows that two putters are off limits.

Tiger Woods' son Charlie likes to test out his dad's golf equipment, but knows that two special putters are off limits.


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