NASSAU, Bahamas — The PGA Tour’s regular season might be over, but men’s golf silly season is underway, starting with this week’s Hero World Challenge at Albany in the Bahamas.
The non-official event brings 20 of the tour’s best players together — including perhaps the greatest of all, Tiger Woods, who will be playing for the first time in more than seven months.
“My game feels rusty; I haven’t played in a while,” Woods said during a news conference Tuesday. “I had my subtalar fused. I’m excited to compete and play, and I’m just as curious as all of you are to see what happens because I haven’t done it in a while.”
Here are some of the top storylines to watch in the Hero World Challenge, in which reigning FedEx Cup…