Stephen Smith wants Tiger Woods to break all-time majors record FirstSportz

Stephen Smith on Tiger Woods
Stephen Smith on Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods recently made the headlines as he may be planning a potential comeback to golf at the Augusta National at the Masters. The 15-time Major winner arrived at Augusta National a week before the tournament began.

The golf world was taken by storm as several players and fans were excited to see the legend back in action. Woods went on to mention that whether or not he would play the Masters would be at the last minute, but he still believes he can win that sixth Green Jacket and make history.

Tiger Woods poised for comeback; Will he make history?

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Speaking recently about Woods, Stephen Smith was ready to see him make a comeback. He believes Tiger Woods has an opportunity to break some records and get back in shape. He said Woods is currently a 15-time major winner and could easily break the record again.

Jack Nicklaus currently holds the record for most majors won, which is 18. Woods currently stands at 15 and needs to win 3 majors to equal the record and four majors to break it. Nicklaus also holds the record for most green jacket wins of all time, which is 6. If Woods won the time, he would match Nicklaus’ record.

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