Thursday, April 04, 2013

SI cover  
Tiger Woods has a number he's focused on –- and it's not 18.
In Sports Illustrated's latest cover story (available for mobile devices here), senior writer Michael Rosenberg describes the new, more contented version of Tiger that has emerged in the last three years and his drive to reach, and surpass, Jack Nicklaus's record of 18 majors.
Rosenberg spoke with Golf Channel analyst Notah Begay III, a longtime friend of Woods, who says he knows Tiger better than anybody and offered the notion that Tiger has set his sights higher than Jack's 18 majors.

"He is focused on 20. That may be a little hard to
believe, considering what's transpired in the last three years, but
that's where his focus is. He thinks he is capable of winning 20
majors."

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