Will Tiger Woods Win Another Green Jacket?
Tiger Woods has won four Masters, but the question remains whether he'll ever win another. Insiders and celebrities from Jim Nantz to Wayne Gretzky to Geoff Ogilvy speculate on how the rest of Woods' career might unfold.
Released on 3/28/2016
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How many more majors can Tiger win?
I feel like I been asking that question, trying to answer
that question since that day, April the 13th 1997,
when he won his first.
Who knows, look he's still young enough.
If he gets his health back,
if he gets his full confidence back,
I'm not gonna say that's it, never happening,
because it could happen.
Golf is hardest sport in the world to predict.
Even Tiger in his prime,
that's the closest thing we've ever had to a deadlock cinch,
but it was still even hard back then.
Because I can start rattling off for every Bubba you get me,
I can fire back Jordan.
And you can say Rory and I can say Jason,
and you say Ricky and I say Dustin,
and it's a cycle that goes a hundred different ways,
and how do we really know that that week,
who's gonna have a hot hand
and who's gonna wake up on Thursday morning
and their hands feel like a sense of calmness
and the mind's in the right place, the stars are aligned,
and it's their week.
Each and every guy you talk to who plays golf,
he'll tell you that he's gonna win again.
They have so much respect for him not only as a player,
but for what he's done for the game,
and what he's brought to the table.
We have all spent 20 years underestimating Tiger Woods,
so I wouldn't put it past him.
His game is good enough to win the Masters.
His mind is obviously good enough to win the Masters,
if he gets his ducks in a row,
and he gets his injuries to participate,
and go away for a while, if he can get that kinda head
in the right place, I think he can win some,
but at this point it looks difficult for him.
These guys all have it.
Everybody has that same game, they're all pros.
It's when they go real low that everybody's noticing
what they're doing.
I mean you can't count him out--
[Johnny] I wouldn't.
He's the best golfer to ever play the game.
[Johnny] I always root for Tiger.
I wanna see him on the leaderboard,
I wanna see the red shirt on Sunday,
I love seeing greatness, you know,
I love seeing what Steph Curry and the Warriors are doing.
I like people breaking records, you know.
I think records are meant to be broken.
I'd like to see him break the record.
In this day and age, it's so much more competitive,
there's so many more great golfers out there.
Just gotta dig a little bit deeper.
I definitely think he has a shot.
I don't know how he is health-wise, with his back,
you just don't know.
I definitely hope he is in contention, and battles it out
in some more majors because not only is it good for the game
of golf, but I would like to play against Tiger a little bit
more since I really haven't had many experiences with him.
I think he's at least gonna win one more.
There's so many great players right now that have his tools.
He was one of the only ones who had his tools in the day.
He has given these young players a road map
on how to build their game, and mental side as well.
He still has tools, he still has that mental side,
and I think he can do great things.
I'm unbelievable fan of Tiger Woods, you know,
what he's done for the game, you know,
where he's taken this tour and the visibility
and the popularity of these games.
I just hope he can come back and compete
at the highest level, and I just see wanna him healthy.
It's been a couple years, he's been battling two injuries,
if he's able to win another Masters,
that'll be great for the game,
but you know I don't really put any expectations,
I just wanna see him go out there and compete,
and be able to smile and enjoy the game of golf.