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Woods has one last chance for tour win

 Phil Mickelson of Britain, left, Tiger Woods of the U.S., second from left, Lee Westwood of Britain, second from right, and Martin Kaymer of Germany,...
 Tiger Woods of the U.S., left, and Lee Westwood of Britain, right, perform the Chinese martial art of taichi together with a taichi master on stage a...
 U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, left, and Lee Westwood of England, right, are seen after performing the Chinese martial art of taichi during a photo call fo...

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Phil Mickelson of Britain, left, Tiger Woods of the U.S., second from left, Lee Westwood of Britain, second from right, and Martin Kaymer of Germany,...

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Tiger Woods of the U.S., left, and Lee Westwood of Britain, right, perform the Chinese martial art of taichi together with a taichi master on stage a...

China Shanghai Golf HSBC

U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, left, and Lee Westwood of England, right, are seen after performing the Chinese martial art of taichi during a photo call fo...

No longer No. 1 in the world, Tiger Woods says that hasn't changed how he sees himself or what he's trying to do.
Woods says his plan is to win the HSBC Champions, the only World Golf Championship title he doesn't have.
He'll be facing a strong field at Sheshan International, which features new No. 1 Lee Westwood, defending champion Phil Mickelson and PGA champion Martin Kaymer, who has won three of his last four tournaments.
All four of them have a chance to go to No. 1 in the world this week.
This is Woods' last chance this year at an official PGA Tour victory. He has gone 14 seasons with at least one win. The record is 17 straight seasons shared by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer.


Updated : 2021-08-02 07:51 GMT+08:00