This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about Tiger Woods. The name may ring a bell. He has a little spread on Jupiter Island in south Martin County. He’s also one of the most famous, most successful and richest golf pros. After not playing tournament golf for 15 months because of back ailments, Tiger finished all 72 holes in the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. He started strong, then made mistakes and finished 15 in the field of 17. But at least he was out there, wearing his familiar red shirt in the final round. What’s next? Maybe Torrey Pines in San Diego next month. His caddy Joe LaCava said Tiger is “upright” and that’s “Number 1.” “It feels good to be back,” said Tiger, who will soon turn 41. “I missed it. I love it.” I’m Paul Janensch.