I will always consider his first major, the 1997 Master’s victory, his most important because of its enormous historical impact on the game. There have been many, many others victories that typically would take significance over the Wyndham Championship in terms of importance.
However, on a personal level you can bet a victory will rank high on Woods’ list for many reasons. He will have recovered
from the worst slump of his career (he is currently ranked No. 286 in the world). In addition, he will have overcome a debilitating back
surgery, knee problems, and off the course issues. Additionally, he will have once again made those who bash him in the media, look silly.
And finally, he will have proven once again why he and Jack Nicklaus are the two greatest players in the history of the sport.