Tiger plots 2018 Majors course
Tiger Woods has set his sights on mounting a challenge for further Major titles in 2018, having made a successful return to action after long-term injury.
Woods completed his four rounds at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas with a 68, finishing in a tie for ninth place as Rickie Fowler took the honours thanks to a superb closing 61 at Albany.
We're going to figure out what's the best way for me to build my schedule for the Major championships.Tiger Woods
And afterwards the 14-time Major champion was upbeat about the prospects for the future, as he plans to try and plot a way back to the summit of the game.
Woods told reporters: "I don't know what my schedule's going to be, but my expectations are we'll be playing next year. How many, where? I don't know yet, but we'll figure it out.
"We're going to figure out what's the best way for me to build my schedule for the Major championships. Play, how much? What my training cycles are going to be and play enough, but don't play too much.
"I don't know what golf courses I'll be playing and what's the best way to go about it. We'll sit down with the whole team and we'll figure it out."
Woods last enjoyed victory at a Major when he won the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines, edging out fellow American Rocco Mediate in a play-off.
That was his third US Open victory, while he has also claimed four Masters titles, three Open Championships and four USPGA Championship successes.
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