While Tiger Woods' plans for the Masters remain a mystery, one thing is clear: If Woods plays in the season's first major, he will do so without the benefit of a warm-up start.
Tiger Woods may not be playing much competitive golf these days, but he is still finding ways to remain active in the game.
Tiger Woods has donated $10,000 to help launch the Sifford Fund, which will benefit students enrolled in the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s professional golf management program.
When we last saw Tiger Woods he was fleeing from a golf tournament in mid-round, mumbling something about improper activation of his glutes.
Notah Begay III said that there’s a “50-50” chance that Tiger Woods will tee it up at the Masters – and those odds have improved significantly over the past few weeks.