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Tiger Woods makes major announcement after successful return to PGA Tour

Tiger Woods has announced the four majors will be on the cards in 2023 after a strong return to the PGA Tour last week at the Genesis Invitational, but admitted his body is still limiting him from bolstering his schedule. The 47-year-old returned to the PGA Tour for the first time since The Open last year, which also marked the first time Woods had played 72 holes since The Masters in April.



Woods’ highly-anticipated return saw him score 69, 74 and 67 before closing with a two-over 73 to finish one under par at the Riviera Country Club. He also played the Pro-Am before the four days of golf.



The golf icon was in the spotlight all week, as Woods continues to recover from a life-threatening car accident, which also included a prank towards Justin Thomas that sparked backlash. And in a huge announcement for golf fans in 2023, Woods said he would aim to play all four majors.




However, Woods admitted he didn’t know the next tournament he would complete in before the majors. “Competitively, I don’t know,” Woods said of his schedule.




“My goal each and every year from here going forward is to play in all the majors. I’m not going to play too much more than that. My body – my leg, and my back – just won’t allow me to play much more than that any more.




“That was my goal last year, and I was able to play three of the four. This year hopefully I can play all four. That is going to be my schedule going forward, because of all the limitations I have.”

The next major, The Masters, start April 1. However, Woods hasn’t declared if he will play a lead-up tournament next month.


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