When will Tiger Woods retire? Legend addresses his future, potential last romp at St. Andrews ahead of Open Championship

It would not have surprised anyone if Tiger Woods’ golf career came to an end in February of 2021. The 15-time major championship winner suffered serious injuries in a car accident and was considered lucky to be alive.

Suffice to say, the focus wasn’t on if and when he would play again. Yet Woods pulled off the improbable. He returned to the course at the 2022 Masters and ensured that he was not yet finished with competitive golf.

Woods made the cut at the Masters and did the same at the PGA Championship, his only two PGA Tour events to date this season. However, he faded down the stretch in both tournaments and was forced to withdraw from the PGA Championship due to discomfort in his injured leg.

There are plenty of questions swirling around about the future of the 46-year-old golfer. The most pressing of the bunch is about just how much longer he will want to play. After all, he’s not the dominant golfer he once was; there are also questions about just how long his injured leg might hold up as he continues to age.

Still, it doesn’t seem like Woods is considering calling it quits any time soon.


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