WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods hopes winning the Masters to end 11 years without a major will lead to more majors in his pursuit of the record held by Jack Nicklaus.
But in an interview with GOLFTV, Woods says catching Nicklaus won't be easy.
Woods says he needs everything to fall into place to win a major, and it's only happened for him 15 times in 23 years. But he says he's excited to at least have the opportunity after so many health issues. And he promises that he'll be prepared for each chance.
Next up is the PGA Championship, which starts in three weeks. Woods says he has been trying to let his victory at Augusta National sink in, and that he hasn't even started preparing for the next major.