Woods denies `Major problem` after US PGA flop
London: American golfer Tiger Woods has denied he has a Major problem after he fell out of contention at the US PGA Championships, coming to the tournament after winning the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational last week.
According to the Mirror, returning to his quest for a 15th Major, the American again struggled off the tee and found only four out of 14 fairways in his level-par 70 on Sunday.
He was leaving Oak Hill with girlfriend Lindsey Vonn half an hour before the leaders teed off after finishing way down the field on four-over par and expressed that it was not concerning because he was close in two Majors this year, the report said.
Woods used to win Majors without any questions, and in his run from the 1997 Masters to the 2008 US Open, Woods won 14 Majors because he was 61 under par over the weekend rounds, the report added.
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