Benton Harbor, Michigan—Tiger Woods Still Trails Jack Nicklaus 18-14 in his quest to win the most major championships in golf history. At his golf course opening at the Golf Course at Harbor Shores in Michigan, the 70-year old Nicklaus drained a 100-foot putt in front of a wildly enthusiastic audience. Nicklaus was at the opening in Benton Harbor playing with friends and fellow greats Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson and Johnny Miller. The putt went up a large hill on the green and never strayed from its target. It banked off the back of the hole and in while the crowd went crazy.
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