"I spent 25 years playing professional golf with Tiger Woods on the scene and any time he does anything great that's a story and that's where we want to see him", Bjørn said. "Just to be able to compete and play again this year, that's a hell of a comeback". When Woods won his first PGA Tour event in more than five years, there were more people watching than at any moment during the U.S. broadcasts of The Open or the U.S. Open this year.
"I think you plan 80-85 per cent of what you are going to do - and then you have to look over the next three days at where everybody actually is at, and how they are feeling about themselves".
It was that question, unimaginable when he was ripping through the field in majors a decade ago, that has imbued meaning into the 42-year-old Woods's every action in recent years.
Woods' last two years have been maligned by a host of surgeries that attempted to correct back and nerve pain. After Sunday's victory, he will likely be ranked 13th in the world after his seventh top-10 finish in 18 starts in 2018.
In fact, the Tiger footage actually comes from a cool video the PGA Tour made past year of Woods watching his fellow PGA Tour pros show appreciation for his incredible career victory total.
Congratulations also flowed in from Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith.
Tiger Woods means more to his sport than any other professional athlete and it's really not close.
Despite missing out on the title, the American said it was "awesome" to see Woods get back to winning ways.
He was overcome with emotion after the win, which included the gallery swarming the course as he finished the tournament.
"I said, "Hey, I could still play this thing out of bounds" so suck it up and hit some shots here".