Golf: Tiger Woods Eyeing Majors In 2019
Tiger Woods has the certainty to consider winning significant titles yet again after his dazzling come back to unmistakable quality in 2018.
The 14-time majors winner tumbled down the rankings following a progression of back issues, dropping out of the top 1,000 as of late as July 2017, and each fizzled rebound endeavor had many addressing whether the 42-year-old could ever play genuinely again, not to mention lift a trophy.
Be that as it may, the beginning of the 2018 season saw indications of enhancement and Woods picked up force as the year advanced, completing tied for 6th at the Open and sprinter up at the US PGA Championship.
Woods’ five-year wait for a competition win was at last stopped at the season-finishing Tour Championship in electrifying scenes at East Lake, and he trusts those exhibitions abandon him in a position where he ought to be in ordinary conflict to add to real count.
Tiger Woods made his first hole-in-one in 20 years last week while playing with Fred Couples in La Quinta, Calif. Woods said it was his first ace since the 1998 International, a former PGA Tour event played in Colorado. That was the last of his three… https://t.co/DykDoJtMmL
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