Tiger Woods of the United States plays a shot during the pro-am prior to the Hero World Challenge at Albany, Bahamas on November 29, 2017 in Nassau, Bahamas. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images/AFP
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Tiger Woods will once again steal the spotlight at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas Thursday, despite the elite field containing eight of the world's top 10 golfers, as he embarks on what could be his final shot at a comeback.Woods experienced a similar false dawn at the same tournament last year after a 16-month hiatus for previous back surgeries, and the initial reports were upbeat after he completed four rounds.Nobilo's fellow golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee is not bullish on Woods.But Chamblee nevertheless has been impressed with Woods' swing during pretournament practice rounds this weeks, and said that he would not be surprised if Woods posts a top-10 finish in the 18-man field this week.
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