Woods 15. Nicklaus 18. I can maybe see a sliver of a potential for 3 more for Tiger. But honestly, I doubt it. The field has simply become so much more competitive. Just look at this Masters to see proof. Many, many players in it with Tiger not having to wait for one to fade or to overtake one, but several in either instance. And the thing that has always blown me away about Jack - 18 second-place finishes. That's Tiger X 3. 19 if you include Nicklaus' 2nd place as an amateur at the 1960 US Open. Nicklaus...48..that's 48 top 3 finishes. That's Tiger X 2.