After a year marked by injuries and multiple surgery on his back, Woods is fit and firing again and ready to make his mark.
The former world number one will take to the field tomorrow at the Hero World Challenge and .
In a 16-man field which includes the likes of Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson, Woods, who will be playing for the first time since pulling out of the Dubai Desert Classic in February, will be desperate to rekindle his form of old.
And Johnson has teased his compatriot ahead of the first round.
He tweeted: “Good to see Tiger healthy and competing again.
“Should be a good week..but I still outdrive him.”
Johnson is one of the longest on tour and hit the furthest drive in four years on the PGA Tour (439 yards) at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational earlier this year.
Woods meanwhile has listed the shots he just can’t play anymore.
The 14-time Major champion said: “The shots out of the rough where I take three cubic acres of rough with me and swing a nine iron or eight iron at 120mph – I haven’t done any of that.
“Hitting big slices and big roping hooks I haven’t done either.
“I just let my body tell me what I can and can’t do.”