Jack Nicklaus set the standard in the Majors with 18 victories. Tiger Woods has been on pace to break the record until Thanksgiving night 2009. Woods still has 14 major victories to his credit. Do you think he will be able to break the record? Before Thanksgiving night 2009, I would have said yes but he has struggled since returning to the PGA Tour last year. Let me hear your thoughts.
I think he will break Jack's record. Tiger has so many years left to play and he is still as talented as he ever was. It make take longer than people originally thought, but I still see him winning more than 18 majors.
I think if Tiger gets a major title this year he'll have his game back at that will give him the momentum to break the record of 18.
Following his performance in the Masters:
by premierkj6 years ago
Tiger has announced he will return to golf at the Masters and to be honest I don't want him to win. I would prefer a Mickelson victory...although if he's in contention it will be exciting!
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
I felt like this weekend's US Open I was watching a renewed game where there is intrigue and interest without Tiger.One young talented and seemingly nice guy that plays at the highest level is very refreshing. ...
by prettydarkhorse4 years ago
Even Nicklaus applauded him!!This win tied Woods with Nicklaus — the tournament founder!! http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/04/sport … -wins.html
by bhamill457 years ago
14 Majors, 71 PGA victories, and a golfer who dominates his profession!!! There have been countless clutch performances when discussing Tiger Woods as the best ever, but is he better than Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan,...
by fishskinfreak20086 years ago
The latest fallout from the Tiger Woods sexcapade
by GL Bell6 years ago
I will start off with my favorite one I heard:Whats the differance in a car and a golfball?Tiger can drive a golfball 400 yards...
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