Woods, no obstacle ahead

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The number one ranked golf player Tiger Woods is ready to have his 16 states PGA Tour cup home. He's already put his stunning loss in the PGA Championship this month to Y.E. Yang behind him. The New Jersey Tour is undergoing.

"That night was tough, no doubt," Woods said of Aug. 16, when he was kept from a 15th major title by Yang. "It was disappointing that I didn't win, especially since I was hitting it so well on Sunday. But it's just like golf, you move on to the very next week, and I went home and took a few days off away from golf and didn't touch golf clubs after three straight weeks of playing golf just about every day."

The last major of the season was the third tournament in as many weeks for Woods. But the top seed in the playoffs and a five-time winner this year is refreshed and eager to go. Coming off reconstructive left knee surgery,Tiger Woods was mindful of his knee and purposely minimized his early season schedule to make sure he was fit for the end.

"It's worked," he said. "I feel great now. And that's the whole idea — to make sure that I was ready for this long haul at the end of the season."

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