Woods: “INAPPROPRIATE WESTY SUPERSEDE MY POSITION …”
Whatever the outcome tournament Masters Andalucia at Valderrama, Spain South (31/10), the heyday Woods was going to end. It’s been ten time he lost his No. 1 world ranking from the first holding such status on June 12, 2005. With a big heart Woods stated that Westwood, whose career was dropped from the top 200, the proper place.
Participation in the tournament HSBC Championship in Shanghai in November to his first tournament without frills world’s no.1 player. Even so, he is optimistic will regain that position. After going through a bad 12 months because of problems of the household, Woods will now return the focus to golf. The target remains the same, surpassing the record 18 major titles Jack Nicklaus.
“Jack took 20 years to make it happen and my career has not been that long. It’s just a matter of consistency, and is pushing for just that. No golfer who exceeds the Jack major degree, I hope to be the first to do so. “