The 15-time major champion, who underwent leg-saving surgery earlier this year, says he will tee up before Christmas

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Will he play again?

In his first media engagement since his car accident in February, Woods told Golf Digest that “getting all the way to the top” is not a realistic expectation and that he will “pick and choose a few events a year and play around that”.

He added: “It’s an unfortunate reality, but it’s my reality. And I understand it, and I accept it.”

So when might Woods return? At a press conference ahead of the Hero World Challenge, the year-end hit and giggle in the Bahamas that he and his foundation have hosted for a number of years, he said: “Internally, I haven’t reached that point. I haven’t proven it to myself that I can do it. I can show up here and I can host an event, I can play a par-three course, I can hit a few shots, I can chip and putt.

“If we’re talking about going out there and playing against the world’s best on the most difficult golf courses under the most difficult conditions, I’m so far from that. I have a long way to go to get to that point.”

Though he does have a certain 150th edition of a tournament in mind.

“I would love to play at St Andrews, no doubt about it,” Woods, who won The Open at the Old Course in 2000 and 2005, explained. “It’s my favourite golf course in the world.

“I’d love to be able to play that Open Championship and hopefully I can.”

And if you’re worried about Woods defecting to a breakaway tour, then worry no more.

“I have decided for myself that I’m supporting the PGA Tour,” he said. “That’s where my legacy is. I have an allegiance to the PGA Tour.”

You can watch the full Hero World Challenge press conference here:

A few days after the Hero World Challenge, at which he was hitting shots on the range each day, Woods revealed he would once again play in the PNC Challenge with his son.

Tiger Woods schedule and results: 2021

PNC Championship (Ritz-Carlton) 2

Tiger Woods results: 2020

PNC Championship (Ritz-Carlton) T7
US Open (Winged Foot) MC
Zozo Championship (Sherwood) T72
The Masters (Augusta National) T38
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 results: 2019

Zozo Championship (Narashino Country Club, Japan) WON
Hero Challenge (Albany Golf Course, Bahamas) 4
Presidents Cup (Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Australia) WON
Farmers Insurance Open (Torrey Pines) T20
Genesis Open (Riviera) T15
WGC-Mexico Championship (Chapultepec) T10
Arnold Palmer Invitational (Bay Hill) WD
The Players Championship (TPC Sawgrass) T30
WGC-Match Play Championship (Austin) QF
The Masters (Augusta National) WIN
PGA Championship (Bethpage) MC
The Memorial Tournament (Muirfield Village) T9
US Open (Pebble Beach) T21
The Open (Royal Portrush) MC
Northern Trust (Liberty National) WD
BMW Championship (Medinah) T37


tiger woods 2021 schedule

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 his victory at Augusta in 2019 earned him another five.

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