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Woods Sets Sights on the Masters

Woods Sets Sights on the Masters: Tiger Woods is setting his sights at competing in the Masters at Augusta National in April. According to the 15-time major winner, he feels stronger now as compared to last year when he made an emotional comeback after sustaining leg injuries in a car crash in 2021. The American claims that his strength and fitness has improved and he is testing that medically-repaired body of his in the grueling four-day Masters competition which will kick off on Thursday, April 6. Woods coming back in the site where he won his first major tournament in 1997 is expected to bring more fans at the Augusta National due to his age-defying brilliance although sports betting figures does not place him as the top favorites to win the 2023 competition.

Woods Sets Sights on the Masters: Picking Tournaments

Six weeks ago, Woods finished tied for 45th at the PGA Genesis Invitational. At that tournament, he shot his lowest round of his comeback – a 67 in third round. He said that he can still hit golf balls and do other skills but the challenge will be walking around the course and his condition going into the tournament as he has not played golf for a long time. Last year, Woods trimmed his schedule as he only competed in the Masters, PGA Championship and the British Open. He admitted that he cannot take part in the grueling, year-long schedule of competitions in the PGA as his body, particularly his surgically-repaired leg and back are not the same as it used to be. He will just try to compete in the four majors this year and take part in a couple of tournaments during the year. The American is aware that time is running out for him to even manage a shortened schedule.

McIlroy: Woods Will Remain Involved With Golf in the Future

Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy expects the 82-time PGA Tour champion to be involved in the sport in the coming years – either as an ambassador or as a competitor. According to McIlroy, Woods can still make his presence felt in golf without hitting a ball because of his global impact in the sport. Woods pointed out that he is making progress in restoring his game and the four rounds he played at Riviera is a good start. For him, it meant a lot because he is playing again despite the difficulties he suffered after surgery. Woods may not be the guy that dominated the sport in the 2000s and the person that golf picks and parlays highly expect to secure the victory at every tournament but his passion and determination to compete the sport is top class and legendary.