Tiger Woods announced on Friday that he will be teeing it up at TPC Sawgrass next month.
It will be his first time competing at the event since he won there in 2013. Well Sergio Garcia choked it away.
The event will also be his first time playing since he finished T17 at The Masters last weekend.
If Tiger wants to win his 15th major championship he will have to play in more events. That’s the only way to a title.
Woods’ schedule is fairly predictable. Let’s see how many times he will play before the U.S. Open in June.
|Date||Event||Chance of playing|
|4/30-5/3||WGC- Cadillac Match Play||Skip|
|5/7-5/10||The PLAYERS Championship||Confirmed Playing|
|5/14-5/17||Wells Fargo Championship||Doubtful|
|5/21-5/24||Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial||Doubtful|
|5/28-5/31||AT&T Byron Nelson Championship||Doubtful|
|6/4-6/7||the Memorial Tournament||Confirmed with Jack Nicklaus|
|6/11-6/14||FedEX St. Jude||Not Chance|
|6/18-6/21||U.S. Open Golf Championship||Confirmed|
With a schedule like that he will have to play a lot more. It is going to be tough, but I believe he can pull it off.
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