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Awesome News’: Golf World Reacts to Latest Tiger Woods Update



Tiger Woods is a 15-time major championship winner. Woods also has 82 PGA Tour victories and as a result, makes him probably one of the greatest professionals of all time. Woods is the host of the Genesis Invitational.

Surprisingly, the World Golf Hall of Fame members will be a part of the event but as a host. Let us find out more about it.

Golf world reacts to Tiger Woods return
Edrick Woods met with a rather serious accident last year in February. Tiger severely injured his right leg and was completely out of the sport for the rest of the year. Until Woods made probably one of the heroic comebacks in the sport of golf. Tiger featured in the 2021 PNC Championship with his son Charlie Axel Woods.


However, in 2022 Tiger is going to make his first appearance of the 2022 season at the Genesis Invitational. But Tiger will not play the event but will be there as a host. At the Riviera Country Club. Tiger’s foundation TGR Foundation is the primary charitable beneficiary of the event. Let us take a look at how the golfing world reacted to his return at the 2022 Genesis Invitation.

As usual, Twitter exploded with reactions after hearing that Tiger will be there at the Riviera Country Club. Tiger’s fans are excited to see Tiger, however, he will not be playing the event. But the fans could also hear from him in the final round at the commentary box as he has done previously, and he will also be there to present the trophy to the winner. Let us hope that Woods quickly returns to playing on the PGA Tour as well.



Team Woods make a strong finish at PNC Championship
Tiger as well as Charlie made a strong finish at the 2021 PNC Championship. The father and son duo ended the tournament with a low 57 in the final round. As a result, finished with an overall score of 25-under-par at second position. Team Woods finished just two strokes back of team Daly, who were the winners of the event at 27-under-par.

What do you think about his return? Let us know what you feel about his return to golf.