Tiger Woods will bid to break his five-year winless drought on the PGA Tour at the scene of his last victory back in 2013 at this week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone.
Woods has won a record EIGHT times at Firestone, with victories in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2013.
The 79-time PGA Tour winner enters this week off the back of two solid results with a tie for fourth at the Quicken Loans National and tied sixth at The Open, where he led with eight holes to play at Carnoustie.
Breaking down Woods' numbers at Firestone, and it's easy to see why the bookies have slashed Tiger's odds into as low as they've been at the start of a tournament for many a season at 12/1.
Woods, who tied Jose Maria Olazabal's course-record 61 of 1990 in the second round in 2000 and again in 2013, has made what Luke Donald describes as "enough money for a solid career" in Akron, Ohio.
The 14-time major champion has amassed a whopping $10,805,625 in 18 starts at Firestone, which equates to $831,202 per finish, $207,800 per round, $11,544 per hole and $3,046 per shot.
Woods is up to 50th in the world rankings and a win this week would vault him up to as high as 20th. A 10th place would likely push him up to 40th.