Tiger Woods, a unique story: how he made his legend

The golfer of California faces the PGA with the objective of approaching Nicklaus. No one expects his return to the elite after the ordeal of injuries.

Tiger Woods will try to conquer this weekend his sixteenth 'major' in the dreaded field of Bethpage Black, located just outside the city of New York. The recent Augusta Masters winner has allowed himself the luxury of being the only contender who has not competed since then. The continuous problems of injuries in his career have made the North American at 43 years is scheduled a calendar with very little tournament load.

Until the moment the results are proving him right. In addition to conquering a new green backgammon, el Tigre has played five more tournaments where the cut has passed in all. And it is not for less, the Florida leads the PGA Tour in the statistics of greens in regulation (get to the green of three blows in a pair 5, of two in a pair 4 and of one in the pairs 3) with an imposing 75,56% .

In addition to trying to approach the record of Nicklaus of 'majors' won (18), Tiger is so just one tournament to match Sam Snead (82) as the golfer with the most wins in the history of the PGA Tour.

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