Woods: Questions about losses 'annoying'

July 4, 2012 at 2:55 PM

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va., July 4 (UPI) -- Tiger Woods, in West Virginia for The Greenbrier Classic, said at a news conference he got tired of being asked about his long losing streak.

Woods broke his jinx in December in the Chevron World Challenge. He met with reporters at The Greenbrier Resort less than 48 hours after winning the AT&T National, his third win in a PGA tournament since his two-year drought, Golf.com reported.

"I have to deal with it in every single press conference," he said. "I have to answer it in post-round interviews -- whether it's with you guys or in a live shot. You do that for a couple of years, sometimes you guys can be a little annoying."

The classic begins Thursday. This is the first time Woods has appeared in the event and his first visit to West Virginia.

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