2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am: Tiger Woods Looks To Win

Tiger Woods has been waiting a long time to win his next tournament as a pro. His legacy is in danger of stagnating if he doesn't get back track, and he needs marquee wins in a hurry and victories in PGA Tour tournaments. Tomorrow is his next chance to finally win a tourney. Woods hasn't won anything on the Tour since 2009, and he hasn't won this tournament since 2000, finishing with a -15.

Woods is pairing up with another guy who's trying to learn how to win big games in Tony Romo. It's interesting to see two of the most famous athletes facing similar career arcs, as both are running out of chances to get that elusive victory. Perhaps the two can learn from each other tomorrow instead of believing that it's too much of a distraction.

To follow more of SB Nation's golf coverage, head on over to the Golf section of SB Nation and check out the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am storystream for more updates.

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