OLYMPIA FIELDS, Ill. — For Tiger Woods, the situation is simple: play his best golf in seven months, or go home.
Woods enters this week’s BMW Championship at No. 57 in the playoff standings and will likely need a top-four finish to get into the top 30, qualify for the Tour Championship and have any chance to win a third career FedEx Cup title. Otherwise, his 2019-’20 PGA Tour season will come to an end one tournament earlier than he’d like.
If he’s at all stressed about it, he’s not showing it. As he has reminded us, there was a time not-so-long ago that Woods would have gladly signed up for such a do-or-die scenario. When you’re sitting on your back, unable to move, wondering whether you’ll ever play golf again—or even live pain-free— “stressful” situations like this one don’t sound too bad.
That doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to get to East Lake.
“To be part of the Tour Championship is being a part of the top 30 guys,” Woods said. “They’ve been the most consistent players…
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