Tiger Woods responds to questions during a news conference at the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament at Bay Hill, Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in Orlando, Fla. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel via AP)
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Tiger Woods takes his rousing comeback tour to one of his favorite haunts – Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill layout, where the 14-times major winner has triumphed eight times.Woods not only feels supremely confident on the track, but cherishes the time spent with Palmer, who traditionally greeted the tournament winner on the last green in the city Woods formerly called home.The 42-year-old Woods had a long relationship with seven-time major winner Palmer, who died in September 2016 aged 87 .Woods said he was taking it one step at a time since returning to competition this year after spinal fusion surgery one year ago.Woods may be taking one step at a time, but he cannot help but get psyched up about a return to the field at Augusta.
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