Tiger Woods statement sends golf world into frenzy before return

Tiger Woods has shut down any notion that he is playing The Genesis Invitational tournament to just compete, after stating his intention to come away with the victory this weekend. Woods is set to play his first tournament in 2023 after a seven-month layoff from The Open in July last year.



The 15-time major winner scaled back his efforts on the PGA Tour after setting a goal to come back stronger from a life-threatening car accident in 2021. Having taken the rest of the year off to work on his fitness after missing the cut at The Open, Woods announced on the weekend that he would be making a much-anticipated return



I’m ready to play an ACTUAL PGA Tour event next week @thegenesisinv,” Woods tweeted on Saturday morning. Woods has played in three events since his 2021 crash, all of them majors.

And all eyes were on Woods during his first press conference in California. The American was quickly asked about how he was feeling and if the right leg had improved since fans last saw him on the course.


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