Golf: Tiger Woods wants to knock Open at British
After his remarkable comeback at the US Masters, Golf Superstar Tiger Woods announced his participation in the British Open in Scottish St Andrews.
“That’s something that is very important to me, I won two Open there, it’s the home of golf and my favorite golf course in the world. I’ll be there,” said the 46-year-old at Sky Sports with a view The 150th edition of the traditional major tournament.
“I will never play a complete program again, but only the big events,” Woods said again. He did not know if he will play the PGA Championship in Southern Hills or not, he will try to prepare for the tournament in May. But he was looking forward to the British Open in mid-June, told Woods. In 2000, 2005 and 2006 he had won the open, twice in St. Andrews.
The 15-color majorchampion had previously celebrated a rejuvenated comeback at the Master. At the highest demanding PAR-72 course of the Augusta National Golf Club, Woods was 14 months after his momentous car accident, where he almost lost his right leg, after four rounds the 47th place.
“The stamina in the leg is not very good. If I start, it hurts hellishly, and if it is warmed up, it’s fine and I’ll hit a few good blows. Then the endurance leaves and I’ll meet a few pretty ugly beats “Woods said,” That’s one of the things we need to work, and we’ll see how the schedule looks like. “
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