Tiger Woods will not play Honda Classic
Tiger Woods has confirmed that he will not play next weeks’ Honda Classic after he announced an indefinite leave from the PGA Tour.
Woods said last week he would leave the tour indefinitely because his game was not acceptable for tournament golf and that he would not play again until he felt like, reported Xinhua.
Woods has played only two tournaments this year. He shot the worst round of his professional career in January, an 11-over-par 82 in the second round of the Phoenix Open.
The following week at Torrey Pines, he withdrew after 11 holes because of tightness in his back.
Woods is No. 66 in the world and will not be eligible for the World Golf Championship at Doral. Woods has 14 major titles in his career.