Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 11/16/14
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Tiger Woods was long gone from PGA National when Jack Nicklaus settled into his seat in the NBC Sports tower. Woods' week at the Honda Classic included two lost balls, four shots in the water and 15 shots out of the bunkers. He made four double bogeys, was never better than 3-under par at any point and was under par for only 26 out of the 72 holes he played. None of this was enough to alarm Nicklaus. In what now sounds like a broken record, Nicklaus maintains that records are made to be broken, including his gold standard of 18 professional majors. ''I still think he'll break my record,'' Nicklaus said Sunday. ''Tiger's talent, at 37 ... it's not that old. I won four after that. They were spread out. It wasn't that difficult. I don't think for Tiger to get four or five more - or six or seven - is that big a stretch.'' Woods, of course, has been stuck on 14 since winning the U.S. Open in a playoff at Torrey Pines in 2008. Perhaps of more interest than his 0-for-14 streak since t...
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  • Tiger may or may not beat Jack Nicklaus' record. If he does, then hat's off to him, but he'll never be in the same "class" as Jack Nicklaus.
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