Tiger Woods: "I'll stop when I can't anymore"


Tiger Woods: "I'll stop when I can't anymore"
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"I'm curious, like everyone else, to see what my current form is. My game is certainly rusty, I no longer have pain in my ankle but the problems in my right leg remain and are making themselves felt." Thus Tiger Woods on the eve of the Hero World Challenge, an unofficial PGA Tour tournament scheduled from November 30th to December 3rd in the Bahamas.

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After 7 months of absence, the Californian is preparing to return to the field and the anticipation is, as always, high. "From now on - added 'The Big Cat' - the goal is to return to playing one tournament a month.

I love competing, when the moment comes in which I understand that I will no longer be able to win, I will aside". First the Hero World Challenge. Then, from December 14th to 17th, the PNC Championship in Orlando together with his son Charlie.

And, in 2024, Woods could play not only the four Majors, but also the Genesis Invitational and The Players. On the possibility of captaining Team USA at the 2025 Ryder Cup in New York, he says: "There's too much going on right now on the PGA Tour to think about it, we'll see later.

Yes, I have faith in the PGA Tour commissioner, Monahan, but how much happened in the past must no longer happen", explained Woods in reference to the framework agreement, which must be outlined by the end of the year, in one sense or another, between the top American men's circuit, the DP World Tour and the LIV Golf.

"Very frustrating." Woods does not use other adjectives to define that agreement between the PGA Tour and the Arab Super League signed surprisingly last June 6th. "We were all really surprised by what happened and now we hope that the best solution can be found by December 31, 2023," Woods clarified

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