It was undoubtedly one of the weirdest golf tournaments in recent memory—storms kept fans off the course on Saturday, and galleries of only 50 people were present to watch Tiger make a charge onto the top of the leaderboard—but Tiger pulled off a win today, placing him second on the all-time wins chart.
He played a great weekend, looking like the best golfer of all time that he was before all the hookers and controversy. He hit gorgeous shots on Saturday like this chip on No. 6:
Today, Tiger was propelled by a bogey-free 15 holes en route to his two-under round, which included this beautiful birdie putt on Hole No. 14:
He also drilled a clutch eight-foot par putt on No. 17 to solidify his two-stroke victory over Bo Van Pelt.
Yes, Yahoo Sports Jay Busbee points out, Tiger's comeback won't really be seen as complete until he wins a major. But right now, he's playing better than anyone else: This is his third win of the season, which leads the tour. He's also No. 1 in FedEx Cup points, and he ranks first on Tour in total driving, top-3 finishes and other statistics.
True, the comeback isn't complete. But it definitely looks like it's in progress.