Woods commits to next week's Wells Fargo Championship, first start since Masters

Kenny Tucker
April 27, 2018

Tiger Woods' May calendar filled up quickly.

Big Cat put the clubs up after at Augusta National for a few weeks, but he has committed to next week's Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow and The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass the week after that. "We're working on a couple things". Woods won the Wachovia Championship at Quail Hollow in 2007.

The victor of 79 PGA Tour titles, Woods will return to Quail Hollow Club for the first time since 2012. It was the site of last year's PGA Championship, which was won by Justin Thomas. Woods' win at the Wells Fargo was his first - and only - win in North Carolina.

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The former world No 1 thoroughly impressed at the Valspar Championship and Arnold Palmer Invitational before he made his long-awaited return to a major at the Masters.

Woods, 42, hasn't played since finishing T-32 at the Masters earlier this month.

Woods theme of the season is "reps" and this event gives him a nice warmup opportunity before THE PLAYERS. The 14-time major champion and victor of 79 PGA Tour events has five career top-10 finishes at the Stadium Course. He now sits at No. 91 in the world rankings.

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