We may not be able to do anything about your age (if only), but we sure can point you in the right direction when it comes to banishing your injury demons and getting back to your best. You turn 40 in December and we hope between now and then to have seen you in that famous green jacket one more time.
The talk has started already. The hype. Yes, he had a runner-up finish in the Masters in his first year since turning pro-but does his mean we get to peg him as a multiple winner? A record breaker in every Open? Can't we just let him relish this stunning achievement and let him decide where it's going to take him next?
There is no doubt that Rory McIlroy has cut a rather depressing figure of late. It may be cliché to write about the world number three, only writing about Tiger Woods would be more frowned upon. Whether you agree he deserves his current world ranking or not, there is a distinct sense that all is not well in the McIlroy camp.
One of the most eagerly anticipated tournaments in the Masters 77-year history is nearly upon us. There are so many storylines coming into this year's event; Tiger's return to world number one, Rory's struggles before finding form, memories of the former Champions in the field and the teenage prodigies playing for the very first time.
Tiger Woods is once again the No.1 golfer in the world, ousting Rory McIlroy after winning at the Bay Hill classic on Monday. Nike decided to celebrate the achievement in their inimitable Nike style; a shot of Tiger simply framed with the quote "Winning takes care of everything". It's a touch of brilliance.