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Tiger Woods is hoping he can end 2010 on a more positive note by winning this weekend’s Chevron World Challenge.
In a season which has seen him without a win for the first time since he joined the PGA Tour, Tiger has also had to endure the pressures of a high profile divorce
"As a golfer I learned so much more this year than any other year, and as a person infinitely more," he said. "It's been a very successful year even though it was a very painful year."
Tiger also lost his world number one spot to England’s Lee Westwood and his only narrowly ahead of Europe’s Race to Dubai winner Martin Kaymer.
Tiger, who hosts the Chevron World Challenge, has won the tournament four times before, feels that his change in his golf swing is finally showing some results.
"Over the last five to six tournaments, I'd get in these hot streaks where I'd do it right," he said.
"I'd get it going for two, three, four holes and now they're lasting close to nine holes."
"Now I've got to get it for 18 holes, eventually all 72, and then down to an entire major championship. So it's a process."
Although the Chevron Challenge does not count as an official PGA Tour event, it does carry world ranking points, so there is a chance that Tiger could regain his number one spot
Tiger faces tough completion though; apart from Phil Mickelson all of the USA Ryder Cup Team are competing, along with the likes of Paul Casey, Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy
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