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Woods focused on winning more majors

It has been five years since Tiger Woods last won a major, but 2013 is looking as likely a season as any for ending his slump, with his commanding victory at the Players Championship on Sunday.

Woods, now 37, has won four PGA events already this year and from just seven tournaments. Ominous reading for the rest of the Tour. Even the much reviled TPC Sawgrass course where even in his pomp he struggled, was no match for his resurgent form, with a two-stroke win.

"Am I surprised? No," said Woods of this year's effervescent form. "I know a lot of people in this room thought I was done. But I'm not."

"Fortunately this year I've been playing really well and the last tournament I played in [tied fourth in the Masters] I played really well, so coming here I was pretty confident in what I was doing."

"And the way I was playing at Augusta, I was shaping the golf ball both ways and controlling my trajectory, and I thought that was important coming into this week."

With Merion the venue for next month's US Open, Woods will face a similarly short course  that would encourage a cautious gameplan like the one he effectively implemented at Sawgrass.

Bookmakers are already backing him to come good, could major number 15 be on the way?

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