Woods celebrates with the Masters Trophy after winning at Augusta. Andrew Redington/Getty Images/AFP
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The Tiger Woods major watch, stagnant for so long that it had almost been abandoned, is back on and Jack Nicklaus might yet be proved correct. As the years ticked by from 2008 and an injury-riddled Woods got stuck for more than a decade on 14 major titles, four short of Nicklaus's record, the "Golden Bear" kept saying he still thought his mark was in jeopardy.In winning the Masters at Augusta Sunday to end an 11-year major drought, Woods crept within three of catching Nicklaus.Joint Masters runner-up Brooks Koepka expects Woods to challenge Nicklaus' record.Woods, however, preferred to savour his fifth Green Jacket.
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