US PGA Championship: Tiger Woods confident his major drought will end soon

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Tiger Woods may be back at the No. 1 spot but a win at a major championship still eludes him in his second stint.

Woods has won 14 major championships in his career but 17 majors have passed since he last won the US Open in 2008, facing the longest major drought of his career.

Insisting that a major win will happen soon, Woods said:

“I’ve had my share of chances to win. I’ve had my opportunities there on the back nine on probably half of those Sundays for the last five years where I’ve had a chance and just haven’t won it. But the key is to keep giving myself chances and eventually I’ll start getting them.”

Woods has been in good form this season, winning five championships so far including two WGC events and the Players Championship. He admitted that he is happy with his performance this season.

“I think it’s been a great year so far for me, winning five times and you look at the quality of tournaments I’ve won, a Players (Championship), two World Golf Championships in there,that’s pretty good,” Woods added.

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