In-depth look at Tiger Woods' 21-majors losing streak

Tiger Woods appears at a news conference at the 2010 Masters, his first major since his tumultuous...

Tiger Woods appears at a news conference at the 2010 Masters, his first major since his tumultuous of-season that included car crashes and adultery. (Reuters)

Mike Zeisberger, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 2:52 PM ET

Jack Nicklaus believes Tiger Woods will win another major.

He didn’t specify if Woods will do it on an actual golf course or on Tiger’s popular video game.

Since pulling to within four of the Golden Bear’s record of 18 major championships by winning the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines, Woods has gone 21 majors without capturing another one. Heading into this week’s 2013 PGA Championship at Rochester’s pristine Oak Hill Country Club, those who once figured Tiger was a slam dunk to eclipse Nicklaus’ mark now wonder if Tiger will even get to 15.

“Obviously, Tiger has had a very, very good year,” Nicklaus said in a conference call. “He has not finished off a couple of majors he has had an opportunity to be involved in. Would be pretty hard-pressed not to make him, if not the favourite, one of the favourites going in Oak Hill.

 

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