Greatest Golfer of All Time

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods & Jack Nicklaus

Jack Nicklaus


Tiger Woods could still match Jack Nicklaus' major championship record of 18 this year, 2014, but, he'll need to win all 4 majors; not likely. Will he break the record in the next few years?

Tiger regained his world No. 1 status and was named the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the 11th time, beating out Phil Mickelson, Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar. He won 5 tournaments including The Players' Championship. He's closing in on Sam Snead's PGA Tour lifetime win record of 82.




The graph above displays the major championship victories of Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. The year 2011, in which he was 35 years old, was Tiger's 16th year as a PGA Tour Pro (start in 1996) and he finished right on Jack's pace. Jack's 14th year was 1975. He was 35 years old.

The shapes of the graphs are amazingly similar. Jack had a quicker start in accumulating major victories, but Tiger caught up in 2000/2001. Both had had their droughts at very similar times in their careers.

The question is, will Tiger continue to perform at his career average and continue to win majors at a high rate, or, will his career start to slow as Jack's did.

Tiger's game over the past few years has been less than stellar, mainly due to personal issues. Will he regain his champion's form, or will Jack's record stand, waiting for the next great champion.


Records as of March 8, 2014

Major Championships
PGA Tour
World Wide
Years to Achieve

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Jack's Record

Tiger's Record

Tiger Record Forecast

Tiger is 38 years old as of the beginning of 2014 with records shown to the left. At the same age, Jack had won 15 majors and 65 Tour Events.

2014 Major Championships

US Masters at Augusta National April 10-13

US Open, Pinehurst Resort (No. 2 Course), Village of Pinehurst, N.C., June 12-15

British Open, Royal Liverpool, Hoylake, England, July 17-20

PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Ky., Rochester, NY August 7-10