Tiger Woods looking to repeat Hoylake heroics of 2006 for Open glory bid at rock-hard Carnoustie: ‘I won’t hit long clubs off many tees’
- Former world No 1 Tiger Woods is getting ready for his first Open since 2015
- He will be looking to repeat his tactics of 2006 when he last won The Open
- He hit just one driver when winning the last of his three Claret Jugs in 2006
By PRESS ASSOCIATION REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 07:16 EDT, 17 July 2018 | UPDATED: 08:00 EDT, 17 July 2018
Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods believes the hard and fast condition of Carnoustie means he could repeat his tactics of 2006 when he last won The Open.
The former world No 1 famously hit just one driver when winning the last of his three Claret Jugs at Royal Liverpool.
A hot, dry spell has left the Scottish links in a burnt and baked state similar to Hoylake and although the weather is slightly different to 12 years ago – there was some rain on Monday night – Woods admits he could employ similar tactics.
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