TIGER Woods has made a stunning admission at a press conference at Whistling Straits.

Ahead of Friday’s US PGA Championship, Woods doesn’t believe he has a length advantage over the field anymore, and he’s going to have to adapt.

Yes, the boy wonder who used to bomb it 30 metres past everyone has admitted after years of violent swing changes seeking to compete with today’s long hitters Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and world No.1 Rory McIlroy, it’s time for him to change his game to suit his age.

“Seriously, I can’t hit the ball as far as I used to, relatively speaking,” Tiger said. “I’m longer now in yardage than I was earlier in my career, but as compared to other players, no, I’m not.

“But my understanding of how to play the game has gotten much better. How to play all different types of venues, all different types of grasses. And I rely on that knowledge a lot when I’m playing, especially as I’m getting older now, to get me around.”

“I’m just trying to get my game organised so I can be consistent and give myself a chance to win each and very event I play,” Woods said. “That’s what I have done over most of my career and I’d like to get to that point again.”

Are we about to see a new Tiger Woods?