Woods eyes Quail Hollow glory
Tiger Woods feels he is capable of winning this week's Wells Fargo Championship after working hard on his swing after the Masters.
The 36-year-old looked set to contend for his fifth Green Jacket at Augusta in April after winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational with some superb golf in the run-up to the year's first major. But he was unable to locate the fairways and it was back to the bad old days for the 14-time major winner as he finished way down the field and was never a factor in the event. The Florida resident has been working hard with his coach, Sean Foley, on the mechanics of his game and he feels that they have worked out the problem and come up with solutions. "At the Masters I was kind of struggling with my ball-striking a little bit," he said. "Sean and I fixed it. It had to do with my posture. My set-up wasn't quite right as well as my takeaway so we worked on that. I'm getting dialled in." Woods is a former winner at Quail Hollow and is a big fan of the course and, when asked if he thought he had a chance of walking off with the title in North Carolina this week, the Ryder Cup star concurred. "I feel like I do, yes," he added on his website. "I'm going to a golf course I like in Charlotte. I've won there before. I feel like if I can do the things I've been working on then I have a good chance."