Tiger Woods has not yet ruled out going to the Masters 2022 with a five-time non-competitive winner.

Golf fans are still hoping that Tiger Woods will shock with his appearance at the Masters this year.

The five-time Green Jacket winner, 46, has been out of the game since February 2021 after a devastating car accident in California.

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Woods has yet to rule out returning to golf at the Masters this year.[/caption]

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Tiger has won five Masters titles, including his incredible comeback win in 2019.[/caption]

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Doctors said that he was lucky to avoid amputation of his leg after a terrible car accident.[/caption]

Woods sustained serious leg injuries in a horrific collisionwhich came just two months after he had back surgery to correct a longstanding injury.

He suffered open fractures to his lower right leg and further injuries to his foot and ankle, and required months of rehabilitation to get him back on his feet.

Woods is automatically included in the Augusta National guest list as a former winner. his latest Masters triumph in 2019.

And despite the fact that he has not participated in any competitive club for more than a year, he still does not rule out the possibility of participating in the cult major.

Speaking at the Genesis Invitational in late February, Woods was modest about his chances to play, but confirmed he would attend the annual Dinner of Champions on April 5.

He said “I don’t know [if I’ll play].

“I’ll be there on Tuesday and it’ll be a great dinner – I don’t know what kind of sushi we’ll be eating!”

With his name still on the guest list Two weeks before the start of the tournament, there are rumors that Tiger could make history on the iconic Augusta fields.

During his tenure as host at Genesis, Tiger revealed how he is preparing to return to the course after such a long hiatus.

Fans were thrilled when he and son Charlie competed at the 2021 PNC Championships where the father-son duo came in second.

But he has already ruled out a return to the full scheduleand his future is likely to be connected with “events here and there”.

Tiger continued, “Will I come back and play full time? No. This will never happen again.

“I can participate in certain activities here and there, but at a constant level, this will never happen again.”

“I wish I could tell you when I will play again.

“I want to know. But I don’t know. My golf activity has been very limited. I’m good at chip and putt, but I’ve never really played long distances. I’m still working on the walking part.”

Tiger was inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame earlier this month after bursting into tears after a performance by his 14-year-old daughter Sam.

There are already a number of former champions who have moved on to miss out on the 2022 Masters, including three-time winner Phil Mickelson.

“Lefty” Phil became the oldest person to ever win a Major title when he won the PGA Championship in 2021.

But he will not appear at the Masters for the first time since 1994.

Mickelson announced that he took an extended hiatus from golf in February following comments he made regarding the Saudi Super League that saw him lose a number of sponsorship deals.

The Masters will take place at the Augusta National in Georgia, with the first round taking place on Thursday, April 7th.

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Woods played alongside his son Charlie in the December PNC Championship.[/caption]

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