After a difficult few years with Woods dealing with multiple back problems and personal issues, Woods finally looks like he can return to the top of golf.
His 2018 campaign has taken everyone by surprise and came close to winning his first PGA Tour event in five years at the Valspar Championship, finishing one-shot back.
The 42-year-old then got everyone on the edge of their seats at The Open when he briefly sat atop the leaderboard in the final round before finishing tied-sixth.
And he is once again in contention heading into the fourth round of a major championship.
Woods carded a second consecutive round of 66 to move him just four behind overnight clubhouse leader Brooks Koepka with Sunday’s final round looming.
All eyes will be on Woods to see whether or not he can move up the leaderboard to mount a serious challenge.
That amount of attention could cause some to melt under the pressure, but for Woods he doesn’t seem fazed by it at all.
In fact, he arrived at the Bellerive Golf Course looking utterly cool, calm and collected.
The 14-time major winner was sporting his traditional Sunday red with some shades on, but it was the addition of his cap being worn backwards which got fans on social media talking.
One person tweeted: “Name a cooler human on the face of this planet. Impossible. Tiger Woods, ladies and gentlemen.”
Another said: “Tiger Woods has his swagger back!”
Speaking after his third-round 66, Woods admitted the delay in play over the course of the weekend has taken it’s toll on him.
“I’m tired. I just need to eat some proper meals tonight and I felt my hydration was good all day, so it just takes a lot out of you,” he said.
“I played 29 holes in the heat today and it was a lot on not just the body but mostly the mind, having to grind it out that hard for that long.”