London, Oct 6 : Tiger Woods said he would prove Greg Norman wrong over winning another major.
Norman had earlier claimed that he didn''t think Woods would ever add to his 14 major championships, let alone achieve his great career goal of breaking Jack Nicklaus'' record of 18, due to a number of factors.
"When he dominated, he had a single-shot approach. It was only about the golf. But now there are so many other distractions so he''s got to deal with that on a day-to-day basis. In our lives, in our business, we all have to be responsible for our actions. It''s very hard for him to have that focus. And the more he shuts people off, the worse it gets," he had said.
However, prior to his latest return to the US PGA Tour in California, Woods declared that he would prove Norman, and other doubters, wrong.
Woods, who was out of tournament action since a disastrous PGA Championship in August, has said that he is now back to full strength after knee and Achilles concerns and ready to regain his peak.
"I''ve heard that before. It''s not the first time I''ve heard that and I''ve kept on winning them (majors), too," the Sudney Morning Herald quoted Woods, as saying.
In this week''s event to get some tournament play under his belt before next month''s trip to Australia for the Australian Open and Presidents Cup, Woods said he was happy with all parts of his game. (ANI)
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