Tiger Woods fell short in defending his Masters title in this year’s delayed edition of the historic tournament, finishing tied for 38th and shooting 1 under par for the event. Other than last year’s memorable 5th career Masters win, we have seen little from Woods to say he can still contend with the best of the best in today’s game. So, what is next for Golf’s biggest icon?
For the first time in his illustrious career, after shooting a whopping 7 over par on a Par 3 at Augusta, Golf lovers and Tiger fans everywhere witnessed a rare sign of defeat from Tiger Woods that leads us to wonder what is next for the man who changed the outlook on the sport forever.
As the 2020 PGA Tour season has concluded, we look into the future of Tiger and ask; “where does he go from here?” Woods has been essentially chasing Jack Nicklaus’ Majors record of 18 tour major wins and as production has slowed heavily, people are beginning to wonder if it is realistic anymore.
Looking towards what is to come for Tiger Woods, sitting on 15 Major Championships and the belief that he still has what it takes to catch the all-time record held by Jack Nicklaus at 18, Golf fans all across the world are anxious to see what the future holds.
Tiger’s blatant history of injury and body breakdown leaves a feeling of a much-needed offseason, one that will be important for his mind and health to get right, before making a decision on continuing his chase for greatness.
Scott Van Pelt of ESPN believes that this isn’t the end, and nowhere close to that. This may just be the right time to step back and re-evaluate the next few years and decide how hard he will chase it.