When will we next see the 15-time major champion tee up?
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Tiger Woods schedule
It was earlier than expected but Tiger Woods broke the internet once again with a huge announcement concerning his career on the PGA Tour.
“I’m ready to play an ACTUAL PGA Tour event next week,” Woods tweeted during the Phoenix Open, referring to the Genesis Invitational.
Forget the hit and giggles, the 47-year-old wanted competitive action – and Riviera would be his first outing since The Open in 2022.
It was Woods’ first start at a non-major tour event since the final round of the 2020 ZOZO Championship, and the 15-time major champion – who has never won the Genesis – carded rounds of 69, 74, 67 and 73 to finish in a tie for 45th at 1-under.
Afterwards, he was asked about where he would play next and he said he would mainly focus on playing in all four majors. He didn’t mention other PGA Tour events.
After braving the first two rounds and making the cut at Augusta National, Woods withdrew with an injury during the third round as he trudged through the wind and rain.
On April 19, he underwent surgery in New York to address post-traumatic arthritis from his previous talus fracture.
This ruled him out of the rest of the 2023 schedule, including The Open Championship at Hoylake where he won the Claret Jug in 2006.
This begged the question: Will Tiger go on and attempt to return to competitive action once again, while still suffering from the injuries he sustained in a car crash in 2021?
In the last three months, TGL Golf has been drip-feeding its team names and format features to golf fans, but after damage was caused to the dame of the custom-built arena, Woods and Rory McIlroy’s new tech-infused league was pushed back to 2025.
However, Woods announced he would play in the Hero World Challenge at the end of November, the tournament he hosts in the Bahamas.
This announcement followed various videos posted of him caddying for his son Charlie at junior golf events in Florida.
He and Charlie have also told the world they will play in the PNC Championship again at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando. The pair have become regular features of the family-based PGA Tour event in December.
Where will Tiger Woods play next?
The Genesis Invitational (Riviera) T45
The Masters (Augusta) WD
November 30-December 3: Hero World Challenge (Albany, Bahamas)
December 14-17: PNC Championship (Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Florida)
Tiger Woods results
PNC Championship (Ritz-Carlton) 2
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 Invitational (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
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
Open Championship (Royal Portrush) MC
Northern Trust (Liberty National) WD
BMW Championship (Medinah) T37
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.
Could the golf ball be rolled back for everyone?