The 14-time major champion has looked close to his best so far in 2018. But when is Tiger Woods next playing?


When Is Tiger Woods Next Playing?

Tiger Woods has gripped the golfing world in 2018 with his return to the PGA Tour.

The 14-time major winner has teed it up six times already this year after his return at the Hero World Challenge in December.

Woods was just one stroke off a playoff at the Valspar Championship in March for a T2nd finish, showing glimpses of his old self.

In his previous start he came 12th at the Honda Classic after missing the cut at the Genesis Open and finishing T23rd at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Tiger Mania is well and truly back, as the Valspar Championship attendance numbers and viewing figures went through the roof.

As well as that T2nd finish, he also recorded a T5 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational a week later and that could have been better had he not driven out of bounds on the 70th hole.

He then teed it up at Augusta in his first major since 2015 and came a very respectable T32nd.

Woods’ early 2018 play was all building up to Augusta, and now that’s over – so what is next?

When Is Tiger Woods Next Playing?

Well, Tiger recently announced that he will tee it up at the US Open at Shinnecock Hills in June. That will be his third outing at Shinnecock after making his US Open debut there in 1995 as an amateur.

The US Open will mark 10 years since Tiger last tasted major glory at Torrey Pines in 2008 when he beat Rocco Mediate in a playoff, famously on ‘one’ leg.

The 42-year-old has also confirmed hit spot in The National tournament at TPC Potomac in July. The event¬†has had previous sponsors such at AT&T and Quicken Loans and benefits Woods’ charitable foundation. He has won the tournament twice – in 2009 and 2012.

He will likely tee it up at The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass on 10th May where he has won twice, although he hasn’t confirmed that yet.

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