TIGER Woods has described chipping sessions with Seve Ballesteros as some of the ‘fondest memories’ of his career.
The 14-time major winner has hinted that he may hang up his clubs for good after a dip in form following personal problems.
He said it has been a great career no matter what happens the rest of the way.
And despite 79 PGA wins and a combined 13 years at the top of the rankings, the American great says hours spent learning from Spaniard Ballesteros were the most fun he had on a course.
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