Woods Optimistic of Ending Major Drought in 2014

by Jordan J. Caron on November 29, 2013

Tiger Woods is confident he can delight Unibet golf betting fans by ending his long wait for his 15th major title in 2014 on courses he has enjoyed success on before.

The American was the last golfer to win a major championship at both Hoylake and Valhalla, the venues for next year’s Open and USPGA respectively. He has also finished in the top three in the previous two US Opens hosted at Pinehurst No. 2.

Woods, who has not tasted major success since winning the US Open at Torrey Pines in June 2008, is looking forward to 2014 and believes the stage is set for him to produce his best golf.

“Next year is a really good one. Pinehurst, I’ve had a third and a second, and hopefully it will keep improving like it has,” said the 37-year-old.

“I’m looking forward to the four venues. I like them and I’ve obviously played well on them.”

While Woods has failed to land a major in 2013, he has been pleased to continue to silence his doubters. He has won five tournaments this year, including two World Golf Championships.

“A couple of years ago there were a lot of guys saying I could never win again. I’ve got eight wins since then, so it’s been good and I’m very happy with the progress I’ve made,” added Woods.

“I’ve won on some venues that were very tough this year, and obviously winning the Presidents Cup with Freddie (Couples, the US captain) was another special moment.”

A repeat of this year’s form, which propelled him back to the top of the world rankings for the first time since October 2010, should see Woods end his major drought in familiar surroundings in 2014.

Jordan J. Caron

Jordan J. Caron is a former Canadian PGA Class A member who still wants to help golfers shoot better scores. He is also the President of Meaningful Marketing. In his downtime he likes to read, play squash and drink wine.

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Adam from Campbell River Transmission Repair December 5, 2013 at 2:50 PM

Tiger has lost has game. He will not beat Jack’s record but I still think he’s the best golfer of all time.

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thomas from Golfing Tips December 14, 2013 at 11:39 AM

I am the real fan of woods. Great golfer i have ever seen.

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Alain from Calgary Hardwood Floor Refinishing December 16, 2013 at 7:18 AM

Yes he is returning in his role. I know he loves to take the challenge. I hope 2014 will be the most successful year for him. Best of luck Tiger.

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