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Participation in the Hero World Challenge starting on the 30th
‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods (USA) has recovered from injury and is making his comeback after 7 months.
Woods will participate in the Hero World Challenge held at the Albany Golf Course (par 72) in New Providence, Bahamas for four days starting on the 30th local time.
It has been about seven months since Woods, who has been concentrating on rehabilitation after undergoing right ankle surgery after withdrawing from the Masters, a major tournament last April, has been on the field.
Woods, who holds the record for most wins (82 wins) on the PGA Tour along with Sam Snead (1912-2002), is a living legend in the golf world.
This tournament, which can confirm whether Woods will extend his career, is hosted by the Tiger Woods Foundation, and 20 top golf ranking players are invited to compete for the championship over four days without missing the cut.
Because it is not an official PGA Tour tournament, scores are not reflected in prize money rankings.
Woods has the record for the most wins in this competition, having reached the top five times.
However, after 2011, we fell away from winning. Last year, he withdrew right before the start due to plantar fasciitis.
The strong candidate for the championship is Viktor Hovland (Norway), who is attempting to win the competition for the third time in a row.
Hovland, ranked 4th in the world, was crowned the champion of the event in 2021 and 2022.
Additionally, world number 1 Scotty Scheffler (USA) and 7th ranked Max Homa (USA) are expected to compete for the championship.
Tuesday, November 28, 2023
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