5 Reasons Why Tiger Woods Will Win The Masters
Five Reasons Why Tiger Woods Will Win The Masters
Tiger Woods is just amazing when he is on the top of his game and is unbeatable when he’s on the prowl. Despite the last few years after the cheating scandal broke, his personal and professional life seemed like it was a downward spiral. This being said in 2013, it seems like a night and day difference and he seems like the old Tiger which could instill fear into the hearts of the field of any tournament he participates in. Including majors where he seems to bring the intimidation levels to even higher levels.
Regardless, Woods can be seen as the most dominant athlete in any sport. Golf can also be seen as one of the toughest sports as it’s a battle of a person versus self. This is a good thing when shots are falling in for birdies and eagles, but just as fast it can go bad when bogey, double bogey and worse happens. The only big drawback to Tiger’s game has always been him not being able to trust his driver. If he could trust the driver, he would be downright scary as he would have the long game as well as some of the best shot shaping golf has ever seen. All and all, with all the great momentum Tiger has amassed this year, the 2013 Masters is all but his tournament to lose.
#5 Tiger Woods is the #1 Player in the World
After winning three times far in 2013, Tiger Woods has surpassed Rory McIlroy as the #1 golfer in the world yet again, this will massively boost his confidence for The Masters and the other three majors after.
#4 Tiger Woods' Putting Has Drastically Improved
It's been noticeable the biggest problem with Tiger's game was his putting in the last few years. This year at the WGC Cadillac Championship, fellow golfer Steve Stricker gave him some putting tips, they worked so well that Tiger won the tournament and Stricker finished second.
#3 Tiger Woods is Happy
Simply put, a happy Tiger Woods is a scary Tiger Woods, scary for his competition. He seems extremely happy with his new girlfriend Olympic skier Lindsay Vonn. It seemed that he was winning a lot more when he was happy and with then wife Elin.
#2 Tiger Woods Plays Great at Augusta
Since turning pro in 1997, Tiger Woods has only been outside the top 10 four times. Which is unheard of in the history of The Masters.
#1 Tiger Woods has Already won Three Times This Year
When Tiger Woods wins prior to The Masters, the likelihood of him winning it drastically goes up. Also the way he's won this season, has been dominant which will do nothing but boost his confidence as well.
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