Woods admits he is ready for a rest after a season which yielded three wins


Tiger Woods was delighted to get back to winning ways on the PGA Tour in 2012, but admits he is now looking forward to putting the clubs away for a while.
Wood’s victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March ended a near three-year wait for a title on American soil and he followed it with further successes at the Memorial Tournament and the AT&T National.
Major glory still eluded him despite getting himself into contention on more than one occasion, but the 36-year-old insists there were plenty of positives for him to take from the season.
He signed off for the year by finishing fourth in the World Challenge over the weekend – a tournament he hosts in California — but revealed he was struggling for his best form at Sherwood Country Club after a long, hard year.


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