Will Tiger Woods finally listen to Jack Nicklaus’ brutally honest career advice? His disturbing plans revealed by three-time major winner

June 24, 2024

It seems the time has come.

Or, at least, it’s terribly close.

After the experience of the anger of the multiple struggle caused by injuries in his professional career, the next Tiger Woods stop, it seems, is a senior tour or as it can be able to hear from the recent revelation of Padreig Harrington.

According to Golfweek , Padraig Harrington, 48, recently revealed: “He wants to win a Grand Slam and have another senior major on his CV.

I saw him on the course (during the PNC Championship) and we were passing each other.

And he made fun of me.

I won’t say exactly what he said, but the gist of it was that he couldn’t wait to get out and beat me.”

After all, the PGA Tour Champions’ wishes of having Tiger Woods compete in their events are only two years away when he will finally become eligible to partake in the U.S. Senior Open at Scioto Country Club in Columbus, Ohio.

It’s highly likely that Woods will do all it takes when he finally gets the chance to swing his way through the Senior Tour’s most important event.

A win at Scotio would give him a chance to tie Bobby Jones’ record of nine USGA championships.

— It looks like the 15-time major champion is finally following Jack Nickalaus’ advice.

Golder Baer doesn’t think Woods has the ability to break his record of 18 major wins due to injuries, but he certainly has a chance to usher in a new era for Tiger on the senior circuit. Nicklaus once said: “I think Tiger will play on the senior tour.

He could jump in a cart and kill everyone, no doubt.

If we are to believe Harrington, a new era for Tiger no longer seems so far away.

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Dayema ​​Malik is the senior golf columnist for EssentiallySports.

Through many evenings spent at the track, driving and spending time with his family, Dayema ​​manages to give his loyal readers insight into both the player and the writer.

His area of ​​expertise is in the basic technical aspects of the sport, such as analyzing golfers’ performance or predicting the impact of weather on the event and players.