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Tiger Woods believes he can win on the PGA Tour.

Since incurring a leg injury in a vehicle accident in 2021, the 15-time major champion has had a curtailed schedule.

On Sunday, he shot a final-round 61 with his 14-year-old son Charlie at the PNC Championship in Orlando.

“If I’m able to practise and do the things I know I can do, and prepare, I know I can still do it,” Woods said in an interview.

“I’m still able to hit the golf ball.” It’s just a matter of prepping and getting enough reps and training done, as well as being physically fit and having the endurance capability.

“I haven’t had the leg strong enough to compete and play a lot of rounds.”

“I’m still able to hit the golf ball.” I’m still able to chip. I’m still able to putt.

“Of course, it’s also putting everything together for 72 holes.” That is the most difficult thing.”

Woods’ most recent PGA Tour victory came at the 2019 Zozo Championship in Japan, where he tied Sam Snead’s record of 82 Tour victories.


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