Tiger Woods is once again making headlines as he made an incredible comeback at the 2021 PNC Championship. He participated in the family event alongside his son, Charlie Woods. Additionally, they finished second in the event as Team Daly won the event with a score of -27.

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At the PNC Championship Tiger Woods looked brilliant, especially on the last day. He would hit darts with his irons and even do a few clutch putts. However, Tiger has made it clear that he still needs a little time before making the PGA Tour, as going 72 holes remains a tough task for him.

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Tiger Woods names his Mount Rushmore of men’s golf

Since golf is currently out of season, the Social media the grips of the golf world are posting return videos or interviews. And recently, the U.S. Ryder Cup Team’s social media team posted a video in which Tiger woods revealed his Mount Rushmore of men’s golf. So let’s take a look.

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Tiger said, My ultimate Mount Rushmore golf course will probably be (Sat) Snead, (Bobby) Jones, (Jack) Nicklaus, me. Surprisingly, Tiger included none other than himself as the last entity.

All of the players mentioned by Tiger are legendary names in the golf world. Sam Snead and Tiger Woods hold the record for most PGA Tour wins with 82 trophies. Additionally, Bobby Jones has 13 major wins and is the only golfer to win all four majors in a single year. Finally, Jack Nicklaus holds the record for the most league wins with 18 wins.

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Therefore, all of these four names deserve to be on Mount Rushmore, and Tiger has picked these names with precision.

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Woods had chosen these names during the 2018 Ryder Cup. And the Ryder Cup USA social media handle shared it once again to relive that moment. The 15-time major championship winner is currently considering a return to the PGA Tour. The only thing limiting him, however, is his inability to complete 72 holes in four days. But he’s doing his best to get his strength back and be back on tour soon.

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