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Tiger Woods once again rejoins hunt for Jack Nicklaus' major titles crown

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Once again, Tiger Woods is hunting history.

Having picked up his 15th major championship by winning the Masters on Sunday, Woods is three short of tying Jack Nicklaus for the most ever.

Nicklaus was 46 when he won his last major, the 1986 Masters. Woods is three years younger. They both went long stretches without winning one - six years for Nicklaus, and 11 years for Woods.

But in an era when 41-year-old Tom Brady can win the Super

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