Tiger Woods steps up preparations for Open Championship

Tiger Woods
stepped up his preparations for the Open Championship
on Sunday.
This year's Masters champion has not played since finishing 21st at the US Open five weeks ago.
Woods was seen at the Royal Portrush Golf Club getting back into the swing of things this weekend. 
The 43-year-old opted to go on holiday to Thailand for a fortnight after his disappointing display at Pebble Beach.
Woods in fact, skipped straight from Augusta to the USPGA where he missed the cut.
His schedule has raised eyebrows with Paul Azinger, the former Ryder Cup captain, expressing the fears of many.
'For me, the warning sign for Tiger fans is that could have been the peak moment for Tiger,' Azinger told the Telegraph
.
'Let's give him some time to overcome that great victory at the Masters. I just saw a different Tiger the last two majors.
'This next win for Tiger, it's going to be a lot harder than people think because there's a lot on the line for this next win and he's had this mountain top experience of achieving that Masters victory.'
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