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Despite Tiger Woods’ Extended Absence, Latest Stats Reveal His Superhuman Side

Golf GOAT Tiger Woods, has had numerous opportunities to showcase his skills. And one must not forget his memorable comeback in 2019 following his accident, when he ended an 11-year major drought by winning the Masters.



Yes, he has been less active this year owing to plantar fasciitis and surgery, however, the golf circuit can never forget all his achievements. Among those are his incredible feats of winning tournaments back-to-back for three consecutive weeks.

Tiger Woods achieved a remarkable three-week winning streak
Woods, who recently became the sixth player director on the PGA Tour was last seen on the greens during the Masters, which he later withdrew from owing to his injury. However, that doesn’t stop the golf community from remembering the best achievements that the golf legend has gotten to date.



Golf enthusiasts and fans remember Woods for a variety of achievements. However, among these achievements are the back to back PGA Tour events wins that he achieved in three consecutive weeks! Though a handful of golfers achieved it back then, there is only one golfer who was able to do so after the year 1980.

In a recent Twitter post (Now X) by Justin Ray, he highlighted the incredible feat of the 47-year-old golf legend. But that’s not all! The 15-time major championship winner had achieved this streak twice, according to Ray’s research.

Fans must not overlook the fact that this is just one of the records set by the 4-time PGA Championship winner. Woods has several more records to his name and due to his unending accomplishments, he was even named the PGA Player of the Year several times.

Diving Deeper into Woods’ PGA Player of the Year records
Woods had been named the PGA Player of the Year a remarkable 11 times. Furthermore, he has even got to achieve the title of PGA Tour Money Leader 10 times.

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