Woods Commits to Bell Canadian Open


Tiger Woods will keep his promise to Canadian golf fans by defending his title in next week's Bell Canadian Open.
When he won last year at Glen Abbey, Woods said he would be back in 2001; however, there was speculation he might skip the tournament to attend the wedding of swing coach Butch Harmon.
This year's event will be contested at Royal Montreal - the only course where Woods has ever missed a PGA Tour cut, doing so in 1997.
Players have until 5 p.m on the Friday before a tournament to officially enter the next tournament.
Woods is coming off his fifth PGA Tour victory of the season at last week's WGC-NEC Invitational.
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