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Five Unbreakable Golf Records Held By Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods is probably the best golf player of all time. But he is currently recovering from a solo car accident. And hopefully, Tiger will make a comeback and play golf once again. Woods last played professional golf in November 2020 at the Masters, where he finished T38. But since then, he hasn’t been able to get on the course, first due to a back injury and then the horrific car crash.

The fifteen-time major championship winner has created and broken many records in his career so far. And few of the records are unfathomable, which other players can’t even dream of breaking. So let us have a look at the top 5 records from Tiger Woods which are next to impossible to break.

  1. 82 PGA Tour wins – Tiger Woods has the record for the number of PGA Tour victories. He is currently tied with Sam Snead for the most wins. But Tiger was nine years younger than Sam when he achieved this feat. The next player is Jack Nicklaus at 73, who has already retired, while the closest active player is Phil Mickelson with 45 wins.

  2. 18 WGC Championship wins – Tiger Woods has won record 18 WGC events in his career so far. His performance in these has been exceptional. The only player close to him currently is Dustin Johnson with six wins, which means Tiger still has three times more titles than the second-placed.

  3. 142 consecutive cuts made – Tiger holds the PGA Tour record for most consecutive cuts made. He made 142 cuts in succession from 1998 to 2005. Tiger was at a peak in his career during these six years. Moreover, there is no current player who even comes close to this record. However, Byron Nelson is in second place with 113 consecutive cuts.

  4. Career grand slam at age 24 – Woods completed the career grand slam at the age of 24. Not only is he the youngest player to win a slam, but only five other players in the last 50 years have won a major at age 24 or younger.

  5. 683 weeks at world no.1 – Tiger holds the record for a total of 683 weeks at the top position in his career so far. And 683 weeks roughly equate to 13 years, which is insane! Meanwhile, the second-placed Greg Norman was a world no.1 for 331 weeks, and it is not even close to Tiger’s 683. Additionally, there are two current players on the top 5 list, Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy. However, they are way behind as Dustin with 135 while Rory with 106 weeks.

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‘Not going to happen’: Golf fans shattered over Tiger Woods news

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Golf fans have been left saddened after it emerged Tiger Woods is unlikely to make an appearance at the Ryder Cup this weekend.

Team USA will battle Team Europe in golf’s annual teams event at Whistling Straits.

However USA captain Steve Stricker revealed on Tuesday that Woods is unlikely to make an appearance after previously flagging that he might.

Woods sustained serious injuries after crashing his SUV on February 23 in the Los Angeles County city of Rancho Palos Verdes.

The 45-year-old is recovering from open fractures to his tibia and fibula, which needed a rod inserted to aid healing, and also foot and ankle injuries that needed screws and pins placed to aid in stabilisation.

“Probably not going to happen,” Stricker said of the possibility of Woods showing up to watch the Ryder Cup.

“He’s been, you know, obviously in my ear a lot and I call him pretty regularly. He’s part of our Ryder Cup team.

“He’s part of what we do. He’s been part of so many of these teams.”

Stricker said some of the American players had visited Woods ahead of the Ryder Cup, but it wasn’t the right time for the 15-time major champion to attend the event.

“I think it’s just not a good time for him to be here physically because of where he’s at in his rehabilitation and tough course to walk,” he said.

“Everybody is going to see it, from tee-to-green, it’s difficult. So probably won’t show up.

“But he’s getting better and his focus and mine is on making a comeback to play again.

“We don’t want to get in the way of that because we would all love to see him come back and play.”

Tiger Woods continuing rehabilitation after car accident
Earlier this month, Stricker said Woods is continuing his rehabilitation from the accident “to get better and try to play golf again”.

“He’s very passionate about (the Ryder Cup). He’s a great guy to talk to. He’s a great guy to lean on. We’ve had a number of talks,” Stricker said.

“He’s a part of this Ryder Cup family; he won’t be able to be a captain’s assistant this time around just because of his ongoing rehabilitation to try to get better and try to play golf again, and that is going well.

“He’s progressing, he’s doing well, things are moving in the right direction.”

The last words from Woods publicly about his recovery came in late May when he said he was focused on “walking on my own.”

He was hospitalised for almost a month after the crash.

Woods played three events in the 2020-21 PGA Tour season, most recently the 2020 Masters that was delayed until November, as he was recovering from back surgery.

The Ryder Cup begins September 24.

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Tiger Woods Joins Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, Others in NFT Craze: Partners With Tom Brady’s New Company

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Over the last few months, we’ve all seen athletes release NFTs (nonfungible tokens) of their own. The buzz around those has increased with time, players as well as fans including in this digital collecting. This time, golf icon Tiger Woods is the latest addition to a list of celebrities to release a line of NFTs online.

According to recent reports, Woods taking part in this recent craze is via a company linked to NFL star Tom Brady. Let’s take a look at what exactly Woods has invested in.

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Tiger Woods girlfriend: Moment Tiger whispers ‘I Love You’ to Erica Herman after HUGE win

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TIGER WOODS celebrated his first victory in five years at the Tour Championship in Atlanta, Georgia, on Sunday with girlfriend Erica Herman – watch as the couple embrace and the golf star whispers “I love you” to his girlfriend.

Tiger Woods, 42, look jubilant with girlfriend Erica Herman as he celebrated his 80th PGA tour win.

In the moments after the win, the former number one went straight to his girlfriend who showered him in affection.

The 33-year-old was supporting her beau from the side of the green and rushed over to congratulate him on his victory.

Video footage shows the moments after the win when the golf star wrapped his arms around Ms Herman, who greeted him with a kiss.

The golf icon has been dating Erica Herman since at least November last year.

The 33-year-old brunette works in the restaurant industry.

According to US publication Heavy, she was the general manager at the golfer’s restaurant, The Woods Jupiter, for several months.

Ms Herman can often be seen supporting Woods around the world as he competes.

Mr Woods took a three-shot lead over Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose into the final day at East Lake and held on pick up the 80th PGA title of his career.

Only a dramatic birdie on the 18th from Rose prevented the American star from claiming the overall FedEx Cup title as well.

Of his Tour Championship victory, Woods said: “I just can’t believe I’ve pulled this off. It’s been tough.

“I’ve had it not so easy the last couple of years and worked my way back and couldn’t have done it without the help of everyone around me.”

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