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Tiger Woods breaking Sam Snead’s record? Don’t bet against him, says Notah Begay

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Can Tiger Woods beat Sam Snead’s record? Don’t bet against him, says one of Woods’ longtime friends.

In a wide-ranging interview with golf week about 50th On his birthday, Nota Begay III stated that he believes Woods, who returned to compete in three major championships this year after a serious car accident in February 2021, still has at least one more good run at Snead’s level.

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Woods currently has 82 career PGA Tour wins, tying him with Sneed.

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“I think he’s got another round of golf at some point,” Begay said. “Hopefully I’ll be there when it happens.”

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Woods has proven himself in the Masters, PGA Championship and Open Championship this year, winning the first two events before missing the weekend at St. Andrews. Although Woods was adamant that he would never play a full schedule again, Begay said that whenever and wherever Woods decided to play on the tour, he should be able to take the field, even if it was a high-level event.

Begay also mentioned that he could see Woods paying PGA Tour champions, noting, “It’s the perfect place. You get a trolley, 54 holes.”

For now, Begay said that Woods is battling discomfort and working out 1-2 hours a day.

“This guy has a high level of pain tolerance,” Begay said. “He insists on it. He wants to play again. Don’t bet that he will beat that win record at some point in the future.”



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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