A look at pre-scandal Tiger Woods signing autographs for fans in Orlando

Two weeks from today, the much disgraced Tiger Woods will make his triumphant return to professional golf.  The setting will be the 2010 Masters in Augusta, Georgia.

Golf's greatest event, played at legendary Augusta National Golf Club, is the scene of Tiger's most significant career achievements to date.

Tiger Woods has been awarded the Masters' championship green jacket four times (1997, 2001, 2002 and 2005).  His first victory, in 1997, was responsible for Tiger's introduction to the American celebrity landscape.

In the years since, Tiger has captured a total of 97 professional victories.  14 of these wins taking place at major championships.  The major tournaments are the Masters, US Open, British Open and PGA Championship.   

The great Jack Nicklaus holds the all-time record with 18 major championships.  Tiger's singular career ambition is to eclipse Nicklaus's remarkable accomplishment.

The below video displays Tiger Woods signing autographs for fans at the 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational, played at Arnold Palmer's Bay Hill Club & Lodge in Orlando.  Tiger has been victorious at this event on six occasions ('00-'03, '08-'09).

Many observers believed this tournament would host Tiger's comeback, due to his tremendous success at this course and its close proximity to his Windermere, Florida home.

Tiger Woods instead chose to make his return on golf's greatest stage.  It will be incredibly interesting to witness the fan reaction he will generate at the Masters, as well as seeing how a newly scorned Tiger performs on the fairways and greens of Augusta National.