Do you remember where you were 10 years ago and what you were doing? Tiger Woods was winning the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, the 14th major championship of his career, en route to what most educated observers were certain would become 20 or even 25 by the time he was done. Almost as soon as Woods vanquished underdog Rocco Mediate in that epic 19-hole Monday playoff to secure the victory, the question about Woods’ pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championship wins was not whether he was going to break it, but when he was going to break it and by how many wins. Entering this week’s U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, Woods has played 25 major championships since that ’08 U.S. Open win and is 0-for-25, still in search of major victory No. 15. To put that in perspective: In Woods’ first 44 major championships, he won 14 times, a 31.4 percent winning percentage. En route to 0-for-25 in the past 10 years, Woods has six top-five finishes along with three ties for sixth and six missed cuts. He has missed the cut in three of his past four majors, but has played… Read full this story
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