JERSEY CITY, N.J. — When Tiger Woods arrives on the grounds this week at Liberty National, it will have been nearly a decade since he first stepped foot on the picturesque, though architecturally unusual, New Jersey course. Judging from his comments, and the comments of many pros from back at the 2009 Barclays (which is now the Northern Trust), it seemed unlikely that the former land fill would get the chance to host many more PGA Tour events.
Unbeknownst to Woods at the time, that week turned out to be the beginning of a long, successful, complicated and painful relationship between player and course. As Woods prepares to make his first start since the Open Championship, we took a chronological look at the Woods-Liberty National saga from the last 10 years, highlighting all the good, the bad and the ugly.
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