However, Woods has not tasted major success since the 2008 US Open, while it has been four years since McIlroy's 2014 PGA Championship win.
"I feel like I can win", said Woods, who won four times here. "I think I was really heartened by our staff and the way that our staff really was motivated and inspired by this effort", he said.
"I was right there at The Open and had the lead".
"But more than anything I've just proved to myself that I can play at this level again".
Manners and golf etiquette, which have slowly disappeared from many other tournaments, will also never go out of style at Augusta National, Ridley said.
While the course has undergone nearly continuous renovations, some holes will never change, such as Amen Corner which Ridley declared a "sacred place".
Five-time major victor Phil Mickelson sees Woods, who hasn't won a major since the 2008 US Open nor a Masters since 2005, threatening the all-time record of 18 major wins by Jack Nicklaus.
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"I put myself there with chances on the back nine on various Sundays and just haven't done it".
"It would be absolutely incredible to watch", Koepka said. There's no doubt about that.
Asked if he needed to win another Masters, Woods replied, "I don't really need to win again".
Where Woods once outdrove all foes and used easier iron shots to set up shorter putts on Augusta National's infamous lightning-fast greens, now he relies on experience to give him an edge on longer and younger ball-bashers.
Eleven years ago, when Woods won the last of his majors at Torrey Pines, it seemed inevitable the then 32-year-old would go on to eclipse the great Jack Nicklaus' record total of 18.
"I think it's the way (club founders) Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts wanted it and they had an idea in mind and they created it and they were very proud of it and that's the way it stayed".
"I've had a hard time at this event every year because I love this golf course so much and I feel like it fits my game so well", he said Tuesday. "I've always enjoyed wearing them, and you'll see it on Thursday".
"I've had some very good opportunities that I didn't capitalize on", Johnson said. I get a rush out of pulling off shots that sometimes I only dreamed about pulling off, and to see some of the reactions.