Twelve months isn't a very long time.
That's how long it has been since Tiger Woods competed for the Cadillac Championship last season and it looks as if after a crazy-hot Saturday with the putter he will do so again in 2014.
Woods had eight (!) birdies and just two bogeys in what was a much easier day at the new Doral.
Woods will compete for his first tournament crown of 2014 on Sunday with the likes of Dustin Johnson, Jason Dufner, Hunter Mahan and more. At the time Woods' round was over he was just one back of the lead and that deficit could shrink by the end of the day.
Here's a look at his card:
Woods said after his round that the course was much easier than it was Friday with the wind howling.
"Now it's playing more like a normal course," Woods said. "[Friday] it wasn't playing the way it was supposed to. [Saturday] was more playable."
He called his 66 his most complete round all year and with the stats he put up, it's hard to argue. He hit 78 percent of greens in regulation and gained 3.82 strokes with his putter.
The empirical evidence was also strong as you can see in the video at the top. Here's another one:
His 66 was the best round of the week at the Cadillac Championship and followed up Woods' worst round ever at this tournament in the first round (76).
Woods also made note of how excited he is to compete on a Sunday for the first time this year on the PGA Tour.
"It's nice to get back into the tournament," said Woods.
Good to have you back, Tiger.