Tiger Ready To Rule In 2014


World number one, Tiger Woods, believes next year’s major venues will give him a superb chance of ending his five-year major championship drought. The 14-time Major winner has returned to the top of the game in 2013 despite not winning a Major, picking up five titles this year, including two World Golf Championships.

While Woods will be the favourite for all four majors with those who bet on golf, there is added reason the American is confident of adding to his 14 major titles next year, with the 37-year-old returning to happy hunting grounds in all four host venues. 

Woods was the last player to win a major at both Hoylake and Valhalla – the courses set to host the Open and USPGA respectively next year – with a third and second place finish in the last two US Opens held at next year’s venue, Pinehurst. Then, of course, there is Augusta, where Tiger will be looking to win a fifth Masters title.

In reality, the venues will not really have an impact on Woods’ position at the top of the golf betting odds for all four majors; something that has not really changed despite the fact he has not won one of the big titles since the 2008 US Open. And Woods has admitted he is heading into 2014 confident on the back of an extremely positive season this year.

“Next year is a really good one. Pinehurst, I’ve had a third and a second, and hopefully it will keep improving like it has. I’m looking forward to the four venues – I like them and I’ve obviously played well on them.”

“It’s been a good year and I’m very happy with the progress I’ve made,” said the world number one.

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