GOLF: Tiger Woods says he is ready to win his fifth Masters — HE WINS – UPDATED

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Tiger Woods

Eleven years separate Tiger Woods and a major triumph. Fourteen have elapsed since he last prevailed at the Masters. As he prepares for a 22nd appearance at Augusta National, Woods cited a relatively trivial gap of 139 miles as the most significant. That distance separates the venue for the year’s first major and East Lake, where Woods returned to winning ways last September. Since 2014, a series of back surgeries had raised doubts over the 14-times major champion’s future in the game.

“I feel like I can win,” said Woods, 43. “I’ve proven that I can do it. I put myself there with a chance to win the last two major championships of the year last year. I was right there and just needed to have a couple more things to go my way and not throw away a couple shots here and there, which I was able to do at East Lake.



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