Tiger Woods made his comeback at the Hero World Challenge, a respectable, yet slightly underwhelming return to the PGA TOUR.
Tiger’s relevance was banged home by some incredible statistics coming out of Las Vegas. The amount of money you suckers have put on him would pay off Liberia’s deficit.
Anyway, Tiger’s calendar is starting to fill up, and here’s a list of what he’s penciled in (penciled being the operative word) for Tiger is the boy who cried wolf.
- Farmers Insurance Open held at Torrey Pines, which begins on January 26.
- The Genesis Open, an event that his charity Tiger Woods Foundation is running and will be played in Pacific Palisades, starting on February 16.
- The Honda Classic held at PGA National Resort & Spa.
In addition, his first European Tour appearance will come at the Emirates Golf Club from February 2 to 5, playing in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic* – an event he has won twice.
*Cue Tiger’s accountant frantically ensuring the $2.5 million appearance fee can be taxed offshore.
Tiger’s back on the European Tour ?
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) January 5, 2017
So there you have it, the blueprint to Goat’s schedule leading into his long awaited return at the Masters.