Lynch: Tiger Woods playing for love of game

JERSEY CITY, NJ - SEPTEMBER 27: Tiger Woods one of the United States team's vice-captains during the captain's media conference for the 2017 Presidents Cup at the Liberty Natioanl Golf Club on September 27, 2017 in Jersey City, New Jersey. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images) Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Lynch: Tiger Woods playing for love of game

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Lynch: Tiger Woods playing for love of game

Golfweek correspondent Eamon Lynch tells Golf Channel that Tiger Woods’ outlook on his game and career has changed since he has been away from golf tending to his injuries and his kids.

“It’s almost now he wants to play for the love of the game,” Lynch said Wednesday.

Lynch and Charlie Rymer reviewed the challenges and expectations fueled by Woods, who plans to return to competitive golf after a 10-month absence at the Hero World Challenge on Nov. 30 in the Bahamas.

You can watch part of their conversation here:

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