Woods says British Open is his best chance of winning another major

Tiger Woods prepared for return to Carnoustie

Woods says British Open is his best chance of winning another major

Grateful just to have a spot in the field, courtesy of his European Amateur title, he bounced along the fairways, soaking up every moment, and lingered behind the 18 green as one of his local heroes, Padraig Harrington, battled one of his favorite players, Sergio Garcia. I know if I play well I can compete with those guys but just because I feel a bit better about it doesn't necessarily mean I'm going to play well.

"It is hard to win any week on tour, let alone the four big ones".

"I hit some irons, and depending on the wind, I'll probably hit anywhere from". I have never been one to hide my emotions and it was better for me to let it all out.

Voting has now closed for Thursday afternoon's Featured Group at The 147th Open, and the overwhelming choice was the threeball headlined by Tiger Woods.

Alex Noren - The Swedish star came in tied for sixth at last year's Open at Royal Birkdale and enters the week in fantastic form.

"Each tournament I keep coming back to, I keep feeling a little bit better because I'm starting to play some golf again".

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"As far as long term, certainly, I would say yes because of the fact that you don't have to be young to play on a links style golf course".

Adam Scott would be the fairytale victor this week, having come so close so many times including 2012 when his four, consecutive bogeys to close at Royal Lytham saw him throw away a title that was his, gifting the win to Ernie Els.

For example. Players such as Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka have suggested they will hit numerous drivers in attempt to blow tee shots over troublesome bunkers and take their chances with rough that is not almost as penal as expected. "With links golf, you have to adapt". That is proven by the last two Carnoustie Opens, which happen to be among the most memorable majors of the last three decades.

Tiger Woods is preparing for The Open at Carnoustie.

"To have the opportunity to come back to play here in Scotland again, I've said this before throughout this year, it's been a blessing". "I'm going to spend a little time trying to get a pace for it". "There is not one player that has a game plan on a Wednesday night and is going to stick to it for the whole 72 holes. Even hitting sometimes four and five irons, they've been running 50, 60 yards".

The world No 8, without a major win since 2014, spoke in bullish terms on Tuesday about how the conditions of the course fall into the hands of the players who can hit the ball long off the tee.

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