29 Dec, 2015 @ 11:12
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Tiger Woods says chipping sessions with Seve Ballesteros most fond golfing memory

Tiger and seve
Seve and Tiger
Seve and Tiger
Seve and Tiger

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.

Rob Horgan

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