Tiger Woods breaks his own PGA Tour plan as he makes decision on 2024 Masters

Tiger Woods breaks his own PGA Tour plan as he makes decision on 2024 Masters
Tiger Woods has not signed up for the Valspar Championship, which has asked major questions of his next appearanceTiger Woods has made a surprising decision that could impact his 2024 season. The golfing superstar didn’t sign up for the Valspar Championship, hinting that he might next appear at the Masters in mid-April.

Unless he makes an unexpected appearance at the Houston Open later this month – something he’s never done before – it seems likely that the 48 year old will skip all March competitions to get ready for the Master at Augusta National. This move breaks from his earlier plan set out for the season.In December 2023, Woods said his 2024 goal was to play in one tournament each month to regain his form after a serious leg injury from a 2021 car crash in California. “Once a month seems reasonable,” he told the Golf channel.

Woods seemed to be on track when he signed up and competed in The Genesis Invitational in February. But his comeback was halted when he had to pull out of the event in the second round due to what he called the flu, reports the Mirror.

“I think that the best scenario would be maybe a tournament a month. I think that’s realistic,” he said in December. “You would have to start with maybe at Genesis and then something in March near the Players.

“Again, we have it set up right now the biggest events are one per month. It sets itself up for that. Now, I need to get myself ready for all that. I think this week is a big step in that direction.”

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