Tiger Woods aims to regain victory after playing poor for the past years.
Tiger Woods,39-year-old, American professional golfer is among the most successful golfers of all time. Believes to roar again on his next game, as having numerous golf records and as one of the highest-paid athletes in the world for several years.
Among any golfer, Tiger Woods has been world number one for the most consecutive weeks and for the greatest total number of weeks. Given the name as Grand Slam, and the youngest and fastest to win tournaments on tour. He was the only player to won all four professional major championships in a row, the feat in the 2000–2001 seasons.
Despite of his successful career, professional golfer been into trouble in his past games, after having a back surgery in 2014. He withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open in February 2015 and claimed that he was taking a break from golf until his back healed.
In the statement, he said before his tournament the Quicken Loans National, “I thought I would have my short game earlier, which I didn’t at the very beginning of the year and so you can cover up a lot of different things when you’re chipping and putting well”. “Throughout the years when I’ve changed coaches and techniques, my short game was all pretty good. I didn’t have it at the beginning of the year.”
Tiger Woods returned for the 2015 Masters Tournament, injured his wrist after his club hit a tree root in the final round. It was found out that a bone popped out of his wrist. However, he adjusted it back into place and finished the round.
A downfall as he missed the cut at the 2015 U.S. Open and Open Championship. It was the first time ever Woods missed the cut at consecutive majors.
Woods stated, “It’s frustrating not being able to win golf tournaments, not really being there in contention very often … but I know how close it feels and I know I just need a couple of shots here and there and it turns the tide”.
This year, he took two months off to fix a balky short game and hoped to win on Bridgestone Invitational, Sunday at the Quicken Loans National as he looked forward to regain victory. IMAGE/www.dailymail.co.uk