Tiger Woods plans to play in Wells Fargo Championship next week

29 April, 2018, 00:33 | Author: Patty Hardy
  • In 2007 Tiger Woods won the Wachovia Championship now known as the Wells Fargo Championship. Organizers are waiting to see if he will return for next week's event

Tiger Woods has been confirmed to play in the Wells Fargo Championship and Players Championship next month, Sky Sports report.

That marks the beginning of, presumably, a two-week run where he plays Quail Hollow as well as The Players Championship the following week at TPC Sawgrass.

Woods won at Quail Hollow in 2007 but has not made the cut there since finishing fourth in 2009.

Woods, who has 14 major tournament titles, is one of six past Wells Fargo champions who have won major championships during their career.

The PGA Tour announced both commitments in a news release.

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After a somewhat disappointing Masters performance (1-over, T-32), Woods said he'll put the clubs away for a while after a grueling schedule building up to Augusta.

"I am excited to get again on the market", he added on his website.

"And I peaked at it four times [in his victories] over the course of my career, and it's tiring".

Even before Woods's reported commitment, the Wells Fargo field already had a strong field comprised of big names such as Rory McIlroy, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day and Phil Mickelson. Woods hasn't played more than 11 tournaments since 2013 which would make 2018 quite historic.


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