The performance of Tiger Woods throughout the Honda Classic and any other tournament is always heavily watched and covered. On Sunday, the final day of play at PGA National, his play on the course especially garnered attention.
"It was chaotic, that's pretty much it. They need more ropes for Tiger. I mean he's the greatest golfer that ever lived," said Mitch Mann, a Woods fan.
As Woods made his way off the 18th hole, fans screamed, begged for autographs and pushed to get close to the golf star.
Fans said it was just nice to see Woods come from behind and nearly win the Honda Classic.
"He looked relaxed. We watched and followed him for awhile and he had a big smile on his face at the tee box. So he was clearly enjoying himself," said Todd Hinsley, a Woods fan.
Those who have watched Woods throughout his career said it was the best golf they have seen Woods play and feel he is close to returning to form.
"The irons are good, the drivers good, but the putting is a little off. But if he just puts four days together like this, then he's back," said Natalie Johnson, a Woods fan.
Woods told reporter he came out on Sunday not wanting to prove anything, but just play a good round of golf.
The weather was a factor according to Woods, emphasizing the impact of the strong winds.
Woods said he feels good about his performance and said it puts in a great position for the rest of his year.
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