Report: Woods books Memorial, Players accommodations


Perhaps even Tiger Woods doesn't know when he will return to PGA Tour action, but a report from Reuters says he's making plans just in case.

According to Reuters, Woods has booked accomodations for the Memorial Tournament and The Players. But while The Players is less than two weeks away, the Jack-Nicklaus hosted event isn't until the first week in June and is being looked at as the more logical choice for a comeback, especially considering it is two weeks before the U.S. Open, where he could resume his quest for 18 major tiles.

Woods officially registered for the U.S. Open on April 4, and excitement has ramped up for his return after he was seen earlier this week hitting the range at his charity event, Tiger Jam, in Las Vegas, and playing five holes at the grand opening of the back nine at Bluejack National in Montgomery, Texas, his first course design to open in the U.S. 

Tiger hasn't played competitively since having multiple back surgeries after last August's Wyndham Championship.

There was some hope that he would play next week's Wells Fargo Championship, but that ended when Friday's deadline to register came and went without word from Woods.