REPORT: Tiger Expected to Play Hero World Challenge, Wins PIP Again
Tiger Woods will be returning to the golf course soon, it would appear.
According to a report from the Associated Press, Woods is expected to tee it up in his Hero World Challenge in mid-December and then the PNC Father-Son Championship a short time later.
“That (The Match with Rory, Spieth and Thomas) will be a week after the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, where Woods is the tournament host and expected to play. A week after the TV match is what might as well be a fifth major for Woods — the PNC Championship, where he and son Charlie were runner-up a year ago,” writes the AP.
In the same article, the AP interview Rory McIlroy who reveals that Tiger won the Player Impact Program for the second straight year.
“Hey, I gave him a pretty good run,”said McIlroy in the article.
McIlroy finished second in PIP, according to him.
Woods played just nine rounds in three majors this past season, making the cut in The Masters and PGA Championship.
Currently, Woods is caddying for son Charlie in the Notah Begay III Jr. Boys National Championship.