Tiger Woods will return to competition at the Hero World Championship, the 15-time major champion said Saturday, in what will be his first PGA Tour start since undergoing ankle surgery in April.
Woods, 47, will host the event from November 30 to December 30. 3 tournament in Albany, Bahamas, which features six top 10 players in a 20-man field, including American world number one Scottie Scheffler.
Woods did not play in a major this year, withdrawing from the Masters due to ankle surgery and missing the PGA Championship, US Open and British Open.
He has played a limited competitive schedule since suffering serious leg injuries in a car accident in 2021.