World number one Tiger Woods will have to contend with an in-form Geoff Ogilvy when he continues his comeback from reconstructive knee surgery at this week's WGC-CA Golf Championship at Doral.
It will be the American's first strokeplay tournament since his playoff win at the U.S. Open in June.
A six-times winner of the WGC-CA Championship, Woods last won the title two years ago, also at Doral.
But Ogilvy, the defending champion, will be bidding for a fourth tournament win in eight starts.
The Australians three World Golf Championship victories make him the second most successfull player since the elite series was established in 1999...behind Woods who's won 15.