Tigers Woods is in line for a sensational return to the Masters this week, 14 months after being in a life-threatening car accident.
The American is highly regarded as one of golf’s best performers, winning the tournament five times.
Woods has previously spoken publicly about wanting to take part in the Augusta National this year.
The 46-year-old, via BBC Sport, said: “I feel like I can still do it. I still have the hands to do it, the body is moving good enough. I have been in worse situations and won tournaments.
“I feel like if I can still compete at the highest level I am going to, but if I feel like I can’t, you won’t see me out here.
“My back surgeries and the stuff I had to play through, even going back to the US Open when my leg was a little bit busted, those are all times that I can draw upon where I was successful, how I’ve learned to block things out and focus on what I need to focus on,” he added.
“The fact that I was able to get myself here at this point was a success and now that I am playing, everything is focused on getting in that position on the back nine on Sunday with a chance like I did a few years ago.”
Woods returned to the course this week in preparation for the event teeing-off on Thursday 7, April.
The American has not taken part in the PGA Tour since the delayed US Masters in November 2020 and last won the competition the previous year.
He now sits 917th in the world rankings ahead of this week’s return, but what is the 46-year-old’s net worth going into the event?
Woods’ net worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, the American is currently worth a hefty £609 million ($800 million) and earns between $50-60m per year from endorsements.
The 46-year-old is the highest-earning golfer of all time, making an eye-watering $1.5bn since turning professional in 1996, as per Forbes.