Tiger Woods Rumors: Return Faces Excruciating Uncertainty Once More, Confusion at Genesis Open Casts Doubt

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Does Tiger Woods not play golf again in February? It appears that the golfer has not yet confirmed he will play in the Genesis Invitational, which is scheduled to begin on February 15 and go through February 18. Many people are surprised by this because the legend revealed during the Hero World Challenge in December of last year that he would only participate in one tournament per month.

The Hall of Famer’s fan page TWLEGION uploaded a post on their X (formerly known as Twitter) profile. Despite saying he will participate in the tournament in his Nike farewell article, Woods has not “formally committed,” according to the tweet. It is still “assumed” that the tournament host will participate, even though he “hasn’t confirmed it.”

When the 82X PGA Tour winner returned to the game at the Albany Golf Course following a seven-month absence, he shared his intentions for the next campaign. Declaring “a tournament a month” the “best scenario” for the forthcoming season, he said that he would likely “start with maybe at Genesis and something in March, near the Players.” Furthermore, the fact that the PGA Tour’s major events occur once a month has surely influenced the golfer to make this decision with his health in mind.

Additionally, the 15-time major champion shared a post on social media amid his breakup with Swoosh. Even though the main focus of the updates was on his brand collaboration, Mr. T had concluded the same way, saying, “See you in LA!” Yes, that does refer to the Riviera Country Club’s Genesis Invitational.

Due to his health, the professional had chosen to participate in a restricted number of events. He had stated in December that, in addition to his ankle, “a lot of things are aching.” However, he went on to say that he was “working out hard… training every day” and that he was gradually recuperating. Amazing, isn’t it?

Anyway, back to the tournament: it was a 36-hole cut at this iconic Woods-hosted event, and the winner would take home a whooping $20 million in prize money. Additionally, it would provide the winner OWGR points. The native of Jupiter will surely rise in the rankings—he is presently ranked No. 882—as a result of this. Ultimately, the supporters will undoubtedly be anticipating his debut on the greens in 2024!

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