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Tiger hopeful for his golf future

Former world number one Tiger Woods believes that is game is improving and that he can still win tournaments.

Speaking ahead of the Dubai Desert Classic where he will tee off with the current number one Lee Westwood and number two in the world German Martin Kaymer, Woods said
I still feel I can win tournaments,"

"I'm not that old. I figure I've got some years ahead of me."

"I don't always win. I've certainly lost a lot more tournaments than I've won. But it's the goal every week you tee up and that doesn't change."

Woods, who has won 14 Majors, is now ranked number three in the world and has not won a tournament since 2009 and has been struggling with his game since then.  In his most recent tournament at Torrey Pines, California he came a lowly 44th, his worst start to a season since turning professional.

Also searching for some form is Tigers playing partner in Dubai, Lee Westwood. Despite number one he started his season with a 64th place finish at Abu Dhabi and failed to make the cut in Qatar.

He also stands to lose his number one spot this weekend if Martin Kaymer finishes either first or second in Dubai

It is the first time in seventeen years that the world top three golfers have played in a regular European Tour event together.

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