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Tiger warning for rivals
The world number one ended 2007 with a seven-shot win at The Target World Challenge following a break of 10 weeks, but capturing Majors remains his overwhelming aim.
“Golf-wise, I’ve always said if you win a Major, it’s a great year. Everything else is gravy.” Tiger Woods told the pgatour website. “Winning the PGA Championship was the highlight, but I played consistently most of the season and am very pleased with my progress.”
Tiger Woods also enjoyed winning two World Golf Championship events and the inaugural FedEx Cup, but was unhappy for allowing a couple of Majors to slip through his grasp.
“The only disappointments were coming up short at The Masters and US Open. I put myself in position both times, but just couldn’t get the job done.
“I’ll think about that during the next few weeks and hopefully come back stronger in 2008.”
Many believe the American is now back to his very best and Tiger Woods appreciates the efforts of his swing coach Hank Haney.
“I would like to thank my good friend Hank Haney for all his help and support this year.
“All the countless hours we have put in together are paying off. I have a better understanding of my golf swing than ever before and know how to fix most of my faults.
“When I don’t, Henry will continue to be my extra set of eyes,” added Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods is looking forward to spending Christmas with his wife and daughter and will start the new PGA Tour season with his defence of The Buick Invitational, next month.
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