The Golf Blog: Tiger Woods, at age 40, falls behind Jack Nicklaus’s pace of winning majors

mulligan, 30 December 2015, Comments Off
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1-Jack v Tiger

The Golf Blog says: As he turns 40 years old, Tiger Woods has fallen behind the pace of winning majors set by Jack Nicklaus, who had 15 majors before he turned 40 years old. Jack then won 3 more majors up until he hit 46 years old.

This is a key turning point. For most of his career, Tiger Woods was ahead of Jack. You’d have to go back to Tiger’s early twenties for the last time that Jack was ahead in terms of majors won by age. Now, Tiger has fallen 1 major behind Jack’s pace to 18 majors.

As shown above by the red flatline, the biggest concern for Tiger is that he’s in the longest major drought of his career–7 years and running. Given his back surgeries and swing changes, plus Tiger’s own concession that “everything beyond this will be gravy,” the prospect of Tiger catching Jack’s 18 major record seem fleeting. And the chance of Tiger beating Jack’s record seems nil.



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The Golf Blog: Must read Time interview of Tiger Woods

mulligan, 03 December 2015, Comments Off
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The Golf Blog says: Tiger Woods discusses his back injury, relationship with his kids and ex-wife Elin Nordegren, break-up with Lindsey Vonn, and possible end to his golf career. Revealing.

Tiger seems to be backpedaling from his pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’s 18 majors record:

You sound like you’re not driven as much by records as we might think. Yet you had Jack’s 18 majors on your bedroom wall as a kid. Is there a misconception about what drives you?

O.K., here’s the major misconception that people have all gotten wrong. It’s what was posted on my wall, about Jack’s records. It was not the majors, O.K.. There was one on there. It was the first time he broke 40, the first time he broke 80, the first golf tournament he ever won, first time he ever won the state amateur, first time he won the U.S. Amateur, and the first time he won the U.S. Open. That was it. That was the list. It was all age-related. To me, that was important. This guy’s the best out there and the best of all time. If I can beat each age that he did it, then I have a chance at being the best.



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