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Tiger Woods should pick his next green jacket at Augusta

Tiger Woods holds the trophy he won when he regained the World’s Number One position on March 24, 2013. Photo/AFP
Tiger Woods holds the trophy he won when he regained the World’s Number One position on March 24, 2013. Photo/AFP 

In 2008, a one-legged injured Tiger, claimed his 14th Major win. Describing it as the “greatest ever championship” Tiger Woods played through pain to win the US Open, beating Rocco Mediate in a 92-hole duel that included a 20-hole play off.

Five years later, Woods, the number one golfer in the world, is still in search of his next major victory.

Next week, Woods will tee it up at one of his favourite hunting grounds, Augusta National at the Masters, the first Major of the year; and only a foolish man will bet against a 15th Major title for Woods.

Years of injury, a broken marriage, scandal, numerous swing changes and a change in swing coach have taken their toil on him,