It was the comeback event on the 2018 PGA Tour that had golf fans everywhere speculating wildly. Would Tiger Woods' 2018 debut at the Farmers Insurance Open be a colossal failure or rousing success?

In the end, Tiger making the cut, playing pain free, and finishing in a tie for 23rd, had far more positives than negatives.

In this edition of 'Off The Tee', Joel Harrington from 4 Deep Golf talks about the areas of Tiger's game still in need of improvement and the things he did well over a four-day stretch in Southern California.

Joel and I also discuss:

  • The one-hole playoff finish at the Waste Management Phoenix Open where Gary Woodland grabbed his third PGA Tour victory, Rickie Fowler faltered, Phil Mickelson rallied, Jon Rahm fumed, while the Saturday TV coverage of golf's most raucous event left a bad taste in the mouths of golf fans everywhere.
  • Now that we've seen Tiger's return, this week golf fans will check out Rory McIlroy's first ever visit to the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Rory is one of the many big names in the field, along with Dustin Johnson, Rahm, Jordan Spieth, and Jason Day.

Here's our full conversation: