Tiger returns with records in sight
Last updated: 21st January 2014
Tiger Woods returns to action this week at Torrey pines where winning has become somewhat of a habit for the legendary golfer.
Woods will tee off at the Farmers Insurance Open which he has won a record seven times, but another win would mark his eighth triumph as he has also won the US Open at the picturesque course in 2008.
Should claim his ninth victory this week it will be a PGA Tour record.
"Yeah, I feel comfortable here, there is no doubt," said Woods.
"There are few courses that are like that where I've had my share of success where either I've won or been in contention to win."
Torrey Pines is, however, not the only other course where Woods has been unstoppable.
Should he not break his PGA Tour record this week he still has opportunities to do so at Bay Hill and Firestone Country Club - where he has also won on eight occasions.
The only other golfers in history who have been as dominant at a single event are Sam Snead at the Miami Springs Golf and Country Club and Jack Nicklaus at the Masters - the pair recorded six wins at the respective courses.
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