Tiger thinks he has what it takes to win again at Augusta National

Masters champion Tiger Woods hits a chip shot on to a practice green on the Tournament Practice Facility during Practice Round 2 for the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, Tuesday, April 9, 2019.
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Tuesday, April 9, 2019
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- There are few players who know Augusta National better than Tiger Woods. In fact, he's had his name atop this iconic leaderboard plenty of times.

Tiger hasn't won at Augusta in over 10 years, but his expectations this week are still high.

"I feel like I can win. I've proven that I can do it and I put myself there with a chance to win the last two major championships of the year," Tiger Woods said.

If anyone can slip on a green jacket this week, it's Tiger.

Even with the many changes over the years -- he knows how to navigate this tricky course.

"Throughout the years, I've accumulated a lot of knowledge on how to play it under different conditions. I've got a pretty good little library in my head of how to play the golf course," Woods said.

With Tiger's long resume, he doesn't need to win again, but.

"I don't really need to win again. I really want to," Tiger Woods said.