Tiger Woods reveals future plans after making comeback

Woods has kept a limited competition schedule after suffering injury during a car crash in 2021

By Web Desk
December 04, 2023
Tiger Woods in action. - AFP

Tiger Woods said on Sunday that he eyes one event per month in 2024 after making a comeback to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

The 15-time major winner finished 18th in the 20-player event, which he hosts for the benefit of his charity.

Woods, former world number one, was playing his first event since pulling out of the Masters in April due to injury before he underwent ankle surgery.

It must be noted that after a suffering a serious leg injury after a 2021 car crash, Woods has kept a limited competition schedule.

"Once a month seems reasonable," he added.

"It gives me a couple of weeks to recover and a week to tune up. Maybe I can get into the rhythm," he told Golf channel.

Woods is also keen on playing in the PNC Championship, formerly the Father/Son Challenge, from December 14 in Orlando along with his son Charlie.

Woods, who felt "mentally rusty" after first day's play on Thursday, said he was "ecstatic" how the tournament turned out.

"Every day I got faster into the round. The first day it took me a while to get a handle on it. Second day was faster and today was right away," he said in a press conference.

"I feel like my game's not that far off but I need to get in better shape.

"I don't have the bone pain that I did, but I still have to go through with the same protocols. It takes a long time, that's the unfortunate thing about aging," he said.