The 14-time major champion will turn 42 on December 30 and his likely schedule is yet to be confirmed, however, there were enough positives from the four rounds to suggest Woods can be a regular contender again. But hey, it's just one of those days.
Hoffman countered two bogeys and a double-bogey with six birdies in a two-under 70 and a 14-under total of 202.
Woods shot a 76 in the final round previous year, which left a bitter taste even after a showing in which he led the field in birdies. "At that time I had already played four par-fives and nothing happened". "I fought through it and tomorrow's another fight".
Woods and compatriot Matt Kuchar tied in ninth place behind Italy's Francesco Molinari.
A sixth straight birdie at the sixth pulled Fowler into a share of the lead, before holing a 10-foot gain at the par-four next to claim the outright advantage.
Randi Zuckerberg: Alaska Airlines Encouraged Pervert To Harass Me
Maloney, a lawyer who specializes in aviation law, who believes Alaska Airlines could be found liable if Zuckerberg were to sue. Some people thanked her for being courageous enough to speak out and others offered their sympathy.
He reached the green in three but missed the putt to make bogey.
Many wondered how Woods would do in his first tournament in almost 10 months following spinal fusion surgery and the answer was a positive one, especially on the final day.
"I really didn't feel I was that far off". How am I going to get used to the adrenaline in my system for the first time in a while?
He though didn't fail to see the bigger picture. "I hit some really good shots out there (and am ready for) a bright future. and no pain". That's keep fighting and try and post the best number I possibly could.
"To have a chance to win this great tournament, hopefully I can knock it off", said Hoffman, who in October donated his earnings of close to $100,000 at the Shriners Hospital Open on the PGA Tour to victims of the tragic shooting in his city of Las Vegas.