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Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Where has he played so far?

Tiger made his 2020 bow at the Zozo Championship in Japan, which he won by three shots to tie Sam Snead’s record of 82 PGA Tour titles.

Before that he last played in the BMW Championship during the FedEx Cup Playoffs, where he finished in a tie for 37th and failed to qualify for the chance to defend his Tour Championship title.

Since then, Woods has had a fifth operation on his knee.

Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Where will he play next?

Next on his schedule is the Hero Challenge in the Bahamas from December 4-7 before flying to Melbourne for the Presidents Cup. The American captain has confirmed that he will be part of the playing squad.

There’s not a lot confirmed past the turn of the year just yet, though he will almost certainly play the Farmers Insurance Open in January.

He has now confirmed his first event of the 2020 calender year is the Genesis Invitational which he will be hosting at Riviera Golf Club in February.

Woods made his PGA Tour debut at this course as a 16-year-old so it’s not surprising that he’s keen to get back there again.

Fast forward to July and Tiger has his heart set on a return to Japan.

“Making the Olympic team is a big goal,” the 15-times major champion told Reuters. “I don’t see myself having too many opportunities other than next year.”

The top 15 in the world rankings on June 22, 2020, will qualify, with a maximum of four from each country. The remaining 45 spots will go to the highest-ranked players from countries that do not already have two golfers qualified. And Woods sees this as his best chance to claim that elusive gold medal.

“Four years from now, at the next Olympic Games, I’ll be 48 years old,” he added. “To be one of the top Americans at that age is going to be tough.

“I went to my first Olympic Games when it was in Los Angeles [in 1984]. So now to have the opportunity to be a part of the Olympics, because golf in my lifetime wasn’t a part of the Olympics, is an important aspect for us and the growth of the game. The game has become so global, and so reaching, that I think the Olympic Games is a great extension of that and I’d like to be a part of it.”

Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Exemptions

Tiger Woods 2020 schedule

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.

As for the majors, The Masters and PGA Championship offer lifetime exemption to champions, while the Open is up to the age of 60.

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 and entries

October 20: The Challenge (Narashino Country Club, Japan) 2nd
October 24-27: Zozo Championship (Narashino Country Club, Japan) 1st
December 4-7: Hero Challenge (Albany Golf Course, Bahamas)
December 12-15: Presidents Cup (Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Australia)
February 13-16: Genesis Open (Riviera Country Club, California)

Tiger Woods 2020 schedule: Unconfirmed entries

April 9-12: The Masters (Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia)
May 14-17: PGA Championship (TPC Harding Park, California)
June 18-21: US Open (Winged Foot Golf Club, New York)
July 16-19: The Open (Royal St George’s Golf Club, England)