Tiger Woods 2012: 4 Reasons Why Woods Will Win a Major Again in 2013

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Tiger Woods 2012: 4 Reasons Why Woods Will Win a Major Again in 2013
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Tiger Woods was once the greatest golfer in the modern era.

After winning the 2008 U.S. Open, the last major he won, Woods has gone through some issues in his personal life and changes in his swing.

Today, Woods is still probably the best golfer on the planet, but he is nowhere near the Tiger Woods of old.

With that being said, his 2012 season has propelled him in the right direction.

Woods has won three times, and while none of his victories were majors, it's only a matter of time before he strikes again on the big stage.

He's more consistent and his ball striking has certainly improved as the year progressed.

He's no longer thinking about the swing, but actually more focused on playing golf out on the course.

These key improvements will lead Woods to a major championship in 2013.

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