Masters appear to confirm Tiger Woods playing decision before himself with 2024 list

The Masters website has given a strong indication that Tiger Woods will play there next month before the 48-year-old has made an official announcement.

Tiger Woods, 48, is expected to play in the middle of April, according to the official Masters website. The golf legend seems prepared to skip March competitions in order to get ready.

The 15-time major champion is officially registered as a competitor in the Masters that takes place next month, even though Woods hasn’t given his official confirmation. The decision to forego competition in March in order to focus on The Masters would contradict Woods’ 2024 plans.

After making a comeback to professional golf in 2024, Woods had hoped to participate in one tournament per month. This was after a car accident in California in 2021 left him with severe leg injuries. “It seems reasonable to me once a month,” Woods declared on the Golf channel. It allows me a week to tune up and a few weeks to recuperate. Perhaps I can settle into the beat.”

In the first few months of 2024, Woods has also been ill; in February, the flu forced him to miss The Genesis Invitational.

The golf legend also did not attend the TPC Sawgrass Players Championship. PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan, however, is still upbeat about Woods’ career prospects.

“I believe that everyone is aware of Tiger’s desire to earn a spot in every competition. That is his character,” Monahan remarked. However, I believe that as you move forward and develop as a company, you consider how to appease and cater to a devoted fan base.

More generally, those conversations would probably take place during the policy board meeting. We would undoubtedly have that conversation. He would be the most difficult to persuade, though.

Additionally, Woods is investing in possible partnership negotiations between PIF, the organization that finances the LIV Golf breakaway tour, and the PGA Tour. The Independent claims that Woods attended a meeting in the Bahamas with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund alongside player directors from the PGA Tour.

In a letter, PGA Tour Commissioner Monahan updated players on the meeting’s progress. “As the PIF’s head, Yasir Al-Rumayyan, had the opportunity to introduce himself to our Player Directors during the session, he discussed the goals, priorities, and reasons behind investing in professional golf,” stated Monahan.

“We will do our best to keep you informed as we move forward with these talks with the PIF, but please be aware that we must stick to our policy of not holding negotiations in public. Thus, we will not be making any more statements to the media at this time.

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