Whats next for Woods


AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods’ closing 69 left him tied for fourth place with K.J. Choi, whom the world No. 1 spent more time with this week than anyone else.

Overall Woods seemed upbeat about a game that showed more signs of rust on the weekend than it did on Thursday. On Saturday and Sunday Woods struggled to find his swing on the practice tee and never got into any rhythm.

“I had the two-way miss,” Woods said. “It’s hard to play which way it was going to go.”

The same can be said for Woods’s future schedule. He jokingly said he was headed to the Monday qualifier for next week’s Verizon Heritage, but smart money for his return to the PGA Tour is in two weeks at Quail Hollow in North Carolina.