As we head towards the second WGC Championship of the year Tiger Woods’ No.1 spot is looking ever more precarious as Adam Scott has the chance to overtake him with a win at the new-look Blue Monster course in Miami.
However, Tiger Woods does have to finish outside of the top seven, and if we know Tiger like we do, he will be doing everything in his powers not only to not finish outside the top seven but to actually win the tournament.
Woods’ fitness is a little unknown after his last round in the Honda Classic was cut short due to back spasms after the 13th hole, rumours were flying around that he had left the course because he was playing badly, but Tiger is not known for doing this and has always played on even if he is having a bad day.
If Adam Scott does managed to claim the top spot, he will become only the second Australian golfer after Greg Norman to achieve this since the ranking system started in 1986.
Scott ,who had a wonderful year in 2013 has looked like the complete player for a long time mow, and since his Masters win you feel he will be a threat in every major for the foreseeable future.