Woods eying further success
Having secured the Memorial Tournament title on Sunday, Tiger Woods is looking to secure yet further honours this season.
The 36-year-old secured his 73rd PGA Tour win to equal the record of Jack Nicklaus, with only fellow American Sam Snead on 82 victories leading the way.
Woods was able to see off the challenges from Andres Romero and Rory Sabbatini to win the Memorial Tournament and go level with the great Nicklaus.
With the Open Championship and the US Open coming still to come this year, Woods believes he is starting to find his touch and will be looking to compete at major tournaments for many years to come following a brief hiatus from the sport.
He said: "It's been a pretty nice run since I turned pro.
"To do it aged 36 is not too shabby. I've been very proud of what I've done so far. I feel I've got a lot of good years ahead of me."