‘I’m stiff as hell but I can promise you this: I will be prepared’: Tiger Woods warns rivals that he is still chasing Jack Nicklaus’s majors record – and is ready for more glory at next month’s USPGA
- Tiger Woods has spoken for the first time since winning the Masters
- Woods says that his incredible victory has still not yet sunk in
- He has been spending time at home with his children and not playing golf
- But he is starting to prepare for next month’s USPGA Championship
- Victory there would take him to within two of the majors record
Tiger Woods has spoken for the first time since winning the Masters – and while he’s feeling ‘stiff as hell’, the 15-time major champion says he still believes he can beat Jack Nicklaus’s record of 18.
Woods said that his achievement at Augusta National is still sinking in, two weeks after he do dramatically ended an 11-year wait for another major win following years of serious back injuries, and at the age of 43.
He has spent his time since the win doing very little except relaxing with his kids. Yet Woods sounded an ominous warning to his rivals by admitting he has his eyes on winning many more majors and saying: ‘The only thing I can promise you is this: that I will be prepared.’
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