He’s done it! Tiger Woods is a PGA Tour winner again for the first time in four years, one month and 19 days!
Now it’s just the small matter of the Ryder Cup…
Tiger Woods 2018 schedule: The year so far
After finishing in a tie for 23rd at Torrey Pines, Woods went on a fine run that included a 12th at the Honda Classic before top-5 finishes at the Valspar and Arnold Palmer Invitational. His only blip came with a missed cut at the Genesis Open.
His tie for 6th at The Open moved him into the top 50 in the world and eligible for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, where he tied for 31st.
The following week, he made a run at his 15th major, but was held off by Brooks Koepka at Bellerive. He then announced he would be playing in the FedEx Cup Play-offs, where he tied for 40th at The Northern Trust, tied for 24th at the Dell Technologies Championship, and tied 6th for the BMW Championship to qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship, which he won by two over Billy Horschel.
Tiger Woods 2018 schedule: Results and entries
January 25-28: Farmers Insurance Open (Torrey Pines, California) Tied 23rd
February 15-18: Genesis Open (Riviera, California) Missed cut
February 22-25: Honda Classic (PGA National, Florida) 12th
March 8-11: Valspar Championship (Innisbrook Resort, Florida) Tied 2nd
March 15-18: Arnold Palmer Invitational (Bay Hill, Florida) Tied 5th
April 5-8: The Masters (Augusta National, Georgia) Tied 32nd
May 3-6: Wells Fargo Championship (Quail Hollow Club, North Carolina) Tied 55th
May 10-13: The Players Championship (TPC Sawgrass, Florida) Tied 11th
May 31-June 3: The Memorial Tournament (Muirfield Village, Ohio) Tied 23rd
June 14-17: US Open (Shinnecock Hills, New York) Missed cut
June 28-July 1: Quicken Loans National (TPC Potomac, Maryland) Tied 4th
July 19-22: The Open (Carnoustie, Scotland) Tied 6th
August 2-5: WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (Firestone, Ohio) Tied 31st
August 9-12: PGA Championship (Bellerive, Missouri) 2nd
August 23-26: The Northern Trust (Ridgewood, New Jersey) Tied 40th
August 31-September 3: Dell Technologies Championship (TPC Boston, Massachusetts) Tied 24th
September 6-9: BMW Championship (Aronimink, Pennsylvania) Tied 6th
September 20-23: Tour Championship (East Lake, Atlanta) Winner
September 28-30: Ryder Cup (Le Golf National, France)
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