Tiger Woods has insisted that he is not focusing on dominating golf as he once did but is aiming to peak for each of the sport's major events.
The superstar is chasing Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major titles but has dropped to fifth in the world rankings, following a run of poor form after injury and revelations concerning his private life.
However, Woods has said that he is looking to clinch his 15th major title at The Masters in two weeks time.
The former world number one said: "The key is to peak four times a year - that has always been the goal. It's nice to win other tournaments but winning one of the four - or all four - that's what you're remembered for."
Woods will be looking to claim the famous green jacket for the fifth time at Augusta at the beginning of April and he believes his previous victories will give him an edge over the competition.
Despite his recent form Woods can never be underestimated, particularly when he dons his trademark red golf shirt for a final round battle.