News & ToursMarch 26, 2012

Trending: Tiger's drought has nothing on these five longest

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Tiger's victory also allows us to once again put his career in perspective. Despite the long, much publicized drought, Woods is still on a better pace than Jack Nicklaus was on his way to winning a record 18 majors. In fact, his winless streak of 30 months pales in comparison to the record for the longest time between wins on the PGA Tour. Actually, pales doesn't do him justice; Tiger Woods isn't even in the same conversation with the droughts these players suffered. When someone asks you if you think Tiger Woods can overcome these past two years and once again be the greatest golfer in the world, feel free to bring up these five examples of players who took over a decade between wins.

Five Longest Stretches Between Wins On The PGA Tour:

T-5. 13 years, 8 months

Tommy Armour III (January 28, 1990-September 28, 2003)

Joey Sindelar (September 9, 1990 - May 9, 2004)

3. 14 years, 8 months, 2 days

Ed Fiori (January 17, 1982-September 15, 1996)

2. 15 years, 5 months, 10 days

Butch Baird (May 7, 1961-October 17, 1976)

1. 15 years, 6 months

Robert Gamez (March 25, 1990-September 25, 2005)

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