PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. —
“We’ve had a lot of good stories,” Miller said. “But I think now the guns are back and probably ready to do something in the next couple weeks. So I don’t see players that maybe are the second-tier players ... I think the big boys are warmed up and ready to go.”
Some of them are, anyway.
Scott followed his amazing run Down Under with a pair of top 10s in Hawaii before taking a six-week break. McIlroy had chances to win at Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
Woods is the mystery, though it’s early, even if the PGA Tour’s new schedule says otherwise.
He has played only four times since the Presidents Cup last October — the Turkish Airlines Open, his World Challenge against an 18-man field, Torrey Pines and Dubai.
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