Tiger Woods has targeted victory this week in his first PGA Tour event in nearly two months at the Frys.com Open in California.
Though Woods has struggled for form for most of this year while battling leg injuries and working on the fourth swing change of his professional career, he says he no longer has any limits on his practice time after regaining full fitness.
The former world number one told reporters that he's had a chance to practise and work on every facet of his game and he's happy with how everything has progressed from tee to green.
He says he'd measure success this week with a win.
Woods, whose world ranking has slipped to 51st, has played only six rounds of golf on the PGA Tour since the Masters in April when he tied for fourth place.