Can Tiger Woods ever regain his form?

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Yes (Sam Levy)

Even after his marriage scandal and recent Achilles injury, Woods still manages to be the second best golfer in the world. The thirty-six year old has 74 PGA tour wins in his career, and he is only 36 years old. Golf is an ageless sport – Sam Snead won a PGA tour event when he was 52! Tiger has lots more golf left in him. He will easily break Jack Nicklaus’ record, and will soon once again dominate the world of golf.
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No (Wilson Witherspoon)

What made Tiger Woods a great golfer was not the strength in his arms, but the head on his shoulders. Tiger’s mental strength was incomparable to almost any other athlete this century. Since he got mentally shaken up – through scandal, injury and, for once in his career, failure – he is no longer the same unrestrained talent of old. Tiger may be able to ride out his career and break Nicklaus’ majors record, but he will never be the same dominant golfer again.

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