Tiger Woods drew level with Sam Snead’s long-time mark of 82 wins with victory at the Zozo Championship in October 2019. File/Reuters
"I'm surprised that I was able to score as well as I have," admitted Woods, who is playing his first tournament for two months after having arthroscopic knee surgery.
Tiger Woods made golf history on Monday when he won the Zozo Championship in Japan for his 82nd US PGA Tour victory — equalling Sam Snead’s 54-year-old record and adding to his long list of achievements.
There wasn’t a ceremony and Brooks Koepka says he needs plenty more major wins to match Tiger Woods, but the aura of golf invincibility has been passed, at least verbally. It happened at the PGA Championship after defending champion
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The Games, delayed a year due to China's measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, will be the country's biggest sporting event in over a decade in several metrics, with around 12,000 athletes from 45 nations competing in 40 sports.