Woods looking for major win to end 2013

Woods says with four more events this year, he’s looking to work hard to add more wins.

Tiger Woods of USA plays a bunker shot on the 11th hole during the third round of the Honda Classic on March 2, 2013 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Picture: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images/AFP

JOHANNESBURG - Tiger Woods says winning one major trophy will make his year.

Woods is in New York preparing for the PGA Championship.

He has won five tournaments so far this year, the most recent being last week's Bridgestone Invitational.

Woods eased to a seven-shot victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday, earning his 79th win on the PGA Tour and sounding an ominous warning to his rivals ahead this week's PGA Championship.

The world number one says a win will do him good be and will be a great booster.

"Even if you missed the cut in every tournament we are playing, if you win one, you are part of history."

Woods added, "I think it's been a great year so far for me, winning five times and looking at the quality of events that I have won."

The former world number 1 says he has a successful year so far and he can't exclude the possibility of winning more tournaments.

"We still have four more big events after this; you know a lot of things can happen but I'm focused on this week to try to win this one."

Woods says his positioning will have to be good given the clumpy golf course.

"The golf course is in fantastic shape, it's drying out, it's got some speed to it. You know the rough is certainly up and it's clumpy, so it's imperative to hit the ball on fairways and keep it on the green. It's going to be tough to get up and down."