Tiger Woods says he’s ‘a game-time decision’ for 2022 Masters

Tiger Woods goes again to Augusta, however his standing for the Masters stays unsure.

Woods, 46, wrote on Twitter Sunday morning that he was returning to Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership later within the day for an additional apply session and declared himself “a game-time resolution” for the 2022 Masters, which tees off on Thursday.

“I shall be heading as much as Augusta at the moment to proceed my preparation and apply. Will probably be a game-time resolution on whether or not I compete,” Woods wrote. “Congratulations to 16-year-old Anna Davis on an incredible win on the @anwagolf and good luck to all the youngsters within the @DriveChipPutt.”

Woods created an enormous buzz on Tuesday when he performed 18 holes at Augusta, which left the golf world questioning if the five-time Masters winner and 15-time main champion would play this week lower than 14 months after practically dropping his leg in a horrific automobile crash in California.

Tiger Woods says he’s “a game-time resolution” for the 2022 Masters.
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Woods hasn’t performed in a PGA Tour occasion because the crash.

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