Earlier this week, Tiger Woods announced his return to his trusty Scotty Cameron Newport 2. It's the putter he's won 13 majors with; many around the game insist his short game hasn't been the same since it left his bag.
In the midst of his impressive second round of the Hero World Challenge, the 14-time major winner showed how dangerous he can be with the Cameron in his hands, dramatically draining this 20-foot par save on the 16th hole:
Woods finished with a bogey-free 65, thanks to just 25 putts on the afternoon.
Yes, the Albany greens are relatively flat, but fans, media, even Tiger himself are simply looking for signs of formidability in his return. Through two days in the Bahamas, Woods has more than answered that question with his putter.