Tiger Timbers: Open’s need for creativity offers best opportunity of major success

Carnoustie, Scotland( CNN) He’s an old boy compared to golf’s young handguns, but Tiger Woods says the British Open devotes him the best opportunity of adding to his major tally for the first time in 10 years.

The 42 -year-old last played at golf’s oldest major in 2015 but he is relishing the tactical challenge of plotting a route around the feared Carnoustie course, known as the toughest on the Open Championship rotation.

And the former world No. 1 reckons the need for guile over brute strength on the Open’s traditional seaside courses, with their humpy fairways and deep bunkers, gives him plenty more opportunities to add to his 14 majors.

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