Woods comfortable with game
Tiger Woods says he has no concerns with the current state of his game as he looks to mount a challenge for the Players Championship.
The 36-year-old looked to have rediscovered his touch after a tough 18 months when he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational by five strokes in March.
However, since then Woods has finished tied for 40th at the Masters and last week missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship.
The 14-time Major winner's failure to build on his success in March has raised questions as to whether the reconstruction of his swing will work in the long term.
Woods has totally remodelled his swing along with the help of coach Sean Foley since his return from a self-imposed hiatus in 2010, with mixed results.
However, Woods is adamant his recent disappointments are blips and hopes he can put his best foot forward when he heads out at Sawgrass on Thursday.
"I've done this before, I've been through this and actually a lot of you guys have lived it with me and have been through those periods where I wasn't quite where I wanted to be," he stated.
"I had some pretty good runs after that and this is no different. It takes a little bit of time and I keep building and things eventually come around to where they feel natural.
"So far I've shown some nice consistency and I'm still working on it."
Woods has a mixed record at the Players Championship, winning golf's richest tournament in 2001 but withdrawing from the last two because of injury.