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Tiger Woods provides fascinating insight into his preparationsTiger Woods has given an in

credible insight into how he prepares for major tournaments - and how he has become one of historys greatest golfe

rs. American Woods has won 15 majors, bette

red only by Jack Nicklaus 18, with him most recent coming at this year

s Masters - which marked an almost superhuman comeback from serious back injuries. For Woods, his quest for success starts with his practice routine. He said: “My practice routine... It has changed over the years. I used to work on everything, every day, but I can no longer do that anymore. “So I have to pick my parts. A lot of my prep time revolves around my kids. I get my work done while theyre at school, and thats usually my lift and my practising, and then go pick them up, and after that, its usually either soccer practice or dad stuff. “So, you know, the days of m

e going out there and practising hours upon hours, day after day, has changed. You know, life changes, life evolves. And there are two

more important things in my life than golf...” Tiger Woods (Image: Courtesy of GOLFTV) Tiger Woods talks through his preparations (Image: Courtesy of GOLFTV) After making sure he is fully prepared, Woods needs to make

sure he is peaking at the right time of the year to challenge for major tournament乘龙快婿猜一肖 s. Woods explains: “Well, building my game up in the off weeks for, say, a major championship, I dont know if its right to say it or not, b

ut sometimes its sacrificing a tournament here and there, working on a few things, knowing that in the bigger picture things will pan out. Trying

shots that I probably shouldnt try in som

e events may pay dividends down the road. “Sometimes, you know, it works out. I end up winning that event. But the bigger picture is, you know, trying to get mind, body and soul coming together for four times a year. Along the way, if Im able to tick off wins, it also gives me added confidence, knowing that my

game is ready. My game is that close to being prepped and peaked for those events. Tiger Woods tees off (Image: Courtesy of GOLFTV) Tiger Woods provides fascinating insight (Image: Courtesy of GOLFTV) “Being prep

ped and being ready for the big events is one thing, but controlling the anxiousness, the need to feel like I need to do more at an event, I think thats where a lot of my past experience has helped. I dont really spend a lot of time searching for it on the range, searching for it on the putting green or chipping green .Ive always felt that I do my best work away from the site. And then when I go there, I go there to win. “A lot of times, all of a sudden, you get a feel for whats going on in that particular week. And I may spend more time, say if Im playing at Augusta, Ill spend more time, you know, hitting more feel putts. “If Im at an Open Championship, Ill spend a little bit more time hitt

ing some b

ump-and-runs. At a U.S. Open, spending a few more chips around the greens, hitting out of the cabbage. These are things that I will adjust per event, but I wont spend as much time as some of the other players on the golf course, you know, practising and working on things because, you know

, I always felt that it was best to have enough energy. And if I feel like my tank is full of energy over the course of the four-day marathon, that Id... Id figure out a way.” Visit GOLFTV to learn more about My Game: Tiger Woods, exclusive player content and PGA TOUR programming.

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