Tiger Woods: 5 Reasons He Is Still in Great Shape to Catch Jack Nicklaus

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Tiger Woods: 5 Reasons He Is Still in Great Shape to Catch Jack Nicklaus
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Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.

The two have been connected since Tiger won his first green jacket at the Masters Tournament back in 1997. Since that time, it has been a foregone conclusion that Tiger would one day break Jack's record mark of 18 major championship victories.

Until recently, that is.

The past two years of turmoil for Tiger have only served to fuel the discussion as to whether or not he will ever catch Jack.

Jack has 18 majors. Tiger has 14—and counting.

Can Tiger Woods win four more major championships? I believe he can.

Based on his late 2011 success—third place at the Australian Open; outstanding play as a member of the US President's Cup team; and winning the Chevron World Challenge—Tiger is re-energized and ready to get his name back on to PGA Tour leader boards on a more consistent basis.

Here are five reasons Tiger Woods is not only in great shape to catch Jack Nicklaus for the most major championships in the history of the game, but to also cement his mark as the greatest golfer of all time.

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