Woods back in the swing
Tiger Woods believes he has rooted out the problems with his swing that plagued him at the Masters last month.
The former world No 1 failed to break par in any of his four rounds at Augusta but goes to this week's Wells Fargo Championship with renewed confidence after a fortnight working with coach Sean Foley.
"At the Masters I was kind of struggling with my ball-striking a little bit," said Woods.
"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."
Asked if he believed he had a chance of picking up his 73rd PGA Tour title at Quail Hollow this week, he said: "I feel like I do, yes.
"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."