Nicklaus' significant record reachable: Tiger Woods

LOS ANGELES: Tiger Woods trusts he can in any case make up for lost time to Jack Nicklaus and his record of 18 noteworthy titles in the wake of completion 10 years in length dry season with a success for the ages at Augusta National.

The 43-year-old paralyzed the brandishing scene not long ago by finishing an epic rebound from spinal combination medical procedure to catch his fifteenth major and his first since the 2008 US Open.

A 2009 sex outrage pursued by knee and back wounds that required seven tasks had prompted a delayed hold on to add another real title to his distinctions.

Be that as it may, his fantasy fifth green coat has returned Woods solidly in quest for the untouched record of 18 noteworthy successes by Nicklaus.

"I generally thought it was conceivable, on the off chance that I had everything go my direction," Woods said in a meeting with gushing administration GOLFTV.

"It took him a whole vocation to get to 18, so since I've had another expansion to my profession — one that I didn't think I had two or three years back — on the off chance that I do things accurately and everything falls my direction, definitely, it's a probability.

"I'm never going to state it's definitely not. Aside from two or three years back when I couldn't walk.

"Presently I simply need a great deal of things go my direction, and who's to state that it will or won't occur? That is what's on the horizon, I don't have the foggiest idea. The main thing I can guarantee you is this: that I will be readied."

Woods won by one stroke on a sensational last day at Augusta, amazingly his first significant triumph in which he didn't lead after 54 gaps.

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A twofold intruder by pioneer and English Open boss Francesco Molinari at the twelfth gave Woods an opening to eradicate a two-shot shortfall. The American birdied three of the following four gaps to flood clear from a pack of contenders.

"It went from a one-horse race with us all sort of pursuing Francesco, to now Pandora's container is currently opened up playing 13, where right now there's no less than seven with an authentic opportunity to win the competition with six gaps to go," Woods reviewed.

Asked whether his accomplishment had soaked in, he answered: "No, genuinely it hasn't. It's difficult to accept.

"Sometimes, I'll investigate there on the sofa and there's the coat. No doubt, I pulled it off."

It was the first run through little girl Sam Alexis, 11, and child Charlie, 10, had seen their acclaimed dad win a noteworthy title with the exception of in recordings.

The minute permitted Woods, who broadly embraced his late dad Baron off the eighteenth green at Augusta after his first real success in 1997, to re-order the minute however this time as the dad, embracing his children.

"They never realized that golf will generally be something to be thankful for in my life and just the main thing they recall is that it conveyed this mind blowing measure of agony to their father," said Woods.

"Thus to now have them see this side of it, the side that I've encountered for such a large number of long periods of my life, yet I had a fight to return to this point, and it feels better."

Woods is required to come back to activity at the May 2-5 Wells Fargo Title in North Carolina, two weeks in front of the PGA Title at Bethpage Dark.
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