Wondering about the Tiger Woods 2020 schedule? So are we. So which tournaments will he play during the 2019-20 PGA Tour season?
Before you carry on – if you’re after Woods’ 2021 season schedule, that’s here.
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Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Where did he play?
Since then, Woods has had a fifth operation on his knee.
Woods began his 2020 at the familiar Torrey Pines where he finished in a tie for 9th in hat was a strong performance on his first outing of the year.
At his own event, the Genesis Open, hosting duties seemed to take their toll and despite making the cut he finished bottom of the pile over the weekend.
Woods’ next appearance was in May at The Match: Champions for Charity where he teed up with NFL star Peyton Manning to take on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in Florida. The quartet raised more than $20 million for Covid-19 relief.
He made his first appearance after the PGA Tour’s restart at the Memorial, where he eased his way back in with a tie for 40th.
We then saw him at the PGA Championship, where he tied for 37th, before the FedEx Cup play-offs, in which he failed to qualify for the season-ending Tour Championship after a T58 in the Northern Trust and T51 in the BMW Championship.
Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Exemptions
Woods’ victory in last year’s Masters means he has a five-year exemption on the PGA Tour so can enter any tournament in 2020.
Woods’ 10-year US Open exemption ran out in 2018, but that win at Augusta gets him in for another five years.
Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Results
Zozo Championship (Narashino Country Club, Japan) 1
Hero Challenge (Albany Golf Course, Bahamas) 4
Presidents Cup (Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Australia) Team USA win
Farmers Insurance Open (Torrey Pines Golf Club, California) T9
Genesis Open (Riviera Country Club, California) 68
Memorial (Muirfield Village) T40
PGA Championship (Harding Park) T37
The Northern Trust (TPC Boston) T58
BMW Championship (Olympia Fields) T51
Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Where will he play next?
Tiger Woods season is over and the next time we see him will most likely be the US Open, which is part of the 2021 schedule.
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