Tiger Woods is back in upbeat mood and expecting to win major championships over the next decade.
He had back surgery for the second time in 18 months in September and talked about retirement earlier this month.
Now the former world number one, who is 40 on 30 December, hopes to play competitively again early in 2016.
“Where do I see myself in the next five to 10 years? I am still playing golf at the highest level, winning tournaments and majors,” he wrote on his website.
Woods spent a record total of 683 weeks as world number one but has not won a tournament since the Bridgestone Invitational in August 2013.
He is now ranked 414th and won the last of his 14 majors in 2008.
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