The FIFTEENTH winner of the Major tournament Tiger Woods is a legend of the game.
California golfer, 46 last time won The Masters in 2019 in one of the greatest sports comebacks of all time.
Woods is currently away from the golf course following a horrific car accident in February 2021.[/caption]
The 15-time Major winner needed major foot surgery after the LA debacle.[/caption]
Woods ended an 11-year drought to win his fifth Green Jacket, overcoming severe injuries and personal demons in progress.
When will Tiger Woods return to golf?
Woods is currently off the field and has not appeared in a major tournament since 2020.
In February 2021, Woods broke his right leg as a result of horror car accident on Hawthorne Boulevard in Los Angeles.
He was was driving at 87 mph, nearly double the speed limit, when he lost control of his car in Los Angeles. and crashed into a tree.
Woods required immediate surgery after breaking his tibia and fibula, many feared him golf days are over.
Tiger has not played professional golf since the accident and there is no timetable for his return.
But he showed great promise and clearly regained much of his mobility when he placed second alongside son Charlie in the 2021 PNC Championship.
The competition has featured previous major champions playing 36 holes alongside their children or parents.
Tiger and 13-year-old son Charlie wore matching red outfits. last Sunday in honor of the famous Woods tradition.
And Woods Jr., along with his father, set a tournament record. eleven birdies in a row on the last day to post an incredible round -15 out of 62.
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Tiger has now ruled out a full-time return to golf due to his grueling schedule.
Instead, he made it clear that he would choose tournaments when he finally felt ready to return to competition.
On February 16, he told reporters, “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.
What is his role at the Genesis Invitational?
Golf fans will be thrilled to see Tiger back in the frame at the Genesis Invitational in California.
But he won’t be on the course – instead, a great golfer will be at the microphone.
Tiger’s reception duties will include welcoming players to the Riviera Country Club, meeting and greeting sponsors, and reaching out to the media.
Woods and son Charlie showcased their matching swing at the PNC Championship.[/caption]
It remains to be seen if Woods will ever be able to return to the rugged PGA tour.[/caption]