Tiger Woods returns to competitive golf at Hero World Challenge

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Tiger WoodsHe will play competitive golf for a second time in five months, he announced Wednesday on Twitter.

Woods, 46, hasn’t played since. Missing the cutJuly 15th, 2015 at the 150th Open Championship. The 15-time major champion only made three starts in the past season. He was 47th at the Masters in March and he withdrew after 54 holes of the PGA Championship in May.

The Hero World Challenge will be held in Albany, near Nassau, to benefit Woods foundation. The 20-man field also includes Scottie Scheffler, Xander Schauffele, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas Jordan Spieth. Norways Viktor HovlandThe defending champion.

Woods announced Wednesday Kevin Kisner Tommy FleetwoodThe final round would be completed by the following:

Woods is still recovering after sustaining serious injuries in a car accident outside Los Angeles in February 2021. Woods said that doctors almost amputated his right leg due to his injuries.

Woods announced Monday that Woods will be playing in The MatchPelican Golf Club, Tampa, Florida on December 10. Hell team with Rory McIlroyIn a 12-hole match under the lights against Thomas and Spieth.

Woods will likely also play with Charlie, his son, in the PNC Championship, Orlando, Florida on Dec. 17-18. He has not yet announced his participation in the event.

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