Everything you need to know about Tiger's comebackNovember 27, 2017 Golf News
From tee times to the weather, here are all the important things you need to know about Tiger Woods' return to competitive action
The long-awaited return of the 14-time major champion is hitting TV screens this week at the Hero World Challenge.
The tournament takes place in the Bahamas on the island of Albany. The luxury resort of New Providence hosts the tournament and was designed by four-time major champion Ernie Els.
The tournament takes place from Thursday November 30 to Sunday December 3, 2017.
The Hero World Challenge is a tournament Tiger Woods hosts on behalf of his foundation and charity partnerships. Although the tournament doesn’t fall under the PGA Tour umbrella there are world rankings points up for grabs alongside the $3 million purse.
The Hero World Challenge is an 18-hole stroke play event played over four days with no cut. There are only 18 players in the field.
4.10pm: Alex Noren, Daniel Berger
4.21pm: Brooks Koepka, Patrick Reed
4.32pm: Kevin Kisner, Hideki Matsuyama
4.43pm: Tiger Woods, Henrik Stenson
4.54pm: Charley Hoffman, Justin Thomas
5.05pm: Jordan Spieth, Francesco Molinari
5.16pm: Justin Rose, Dustin Johnson
5.27pm: Matt Kuchar, Kevin Chappell
5.38pm: Tommy Fleetwood, Rickie Fowler
(All times are GMT)
Thursday: Sky Sports Main Event (5.30pm), Sky Sports Golf (5.30pm)
Friday: Sky Sports Main Event (6.00pm), Sky Sports Golf (5.30pm)
Saturday: Sky Sports Main Event (7.40pm), Sky Sports Golf (5.30pm)
Sunday: Sky Sports Main Event (6.30pm), Sky Sports Golf (4.00pm)