I’ve had my share of successes and I know it’s coming: Woods

London: Former world champion Tiger Woods has said he has had his share of success and is aware that more of it would come soon.

A 14 time Major winner, Woods reckons he will have to hit lots of practice balls to get back to his best, and still needs time to perfect the swing changes implemented by coach Sean Foley.

“With Butch (Harmon) it took me two years and with Hank (Haney) it took me almost two years before old patterns are out,” a daily quoted Woods, as saying.

“It takes hundreds of thousands if not millions of golf balls, but eventually it comes around. I’ve had my share of successes, and I know it’s coming,” he added.

Woods said he is aware of his current problem, and is working hard to overcome it.

“It all has to do with my set-up. If I get over the golf ball and I feel uncomfortable, I hit it great,” Woods said.

“It’s just that I get out there and I want to get comfortable and I follow my old stuff and I hit it awful,” he added.

“All the shots I got uncomfortable on, I just said I’m going to get really uncomfortable and make it feel as bad as it possibly could, and I striped it,” he said.


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