Tiger Woods is still chasing the Golden Bear. They’re arguably the two greatest golfers to ever hit the links. Tiger enters this Masters with plenty of question marks, as he hasn’t been great this year, and his health is always a concern. It’s also a wet day at Augusta National.
Tiger also will be continuing his chase of Jack Nicklaus’ major championship wins, a record that will likely stand, but you never know.
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Tiger and Jack will forever be linked, and according to Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee, they have some mind bending similar stats:
Jack Nicklaus won his 6th Masters in 1986, 23 years after his first. He was ranked 33rd in the world going into that week.
If Tiger wins this week, it will be his 6th Masters, 23 years after his first. He is ranked 33rd in the world going into this week.
— Brandel Chamblee (@chambleebrandel) November 11, 2020
Numerology in sports can be a lot of fun. This stat seems a bit more eerie than usual. If this doesn’t make you want to put some hard earned cash down on Tiger, nothing will.