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17 May 2022

'I feel like I am going to play' - Tiger Woods ready to compete in the 2022 Masters

'I feel like I am going to play' - Tiger Woods ready to compete in the 2022 Masters

'I feel like I am going to play' - Tiger Woods ready to compete in the 2022 Masters

Tiger Woods says that he plans to compete in the upcoming 86th Masters, less than 14 months after suffering serious injuries in a horrific car crash in February 2021.

The 15-time major champion, who last won the green jacket in 2019, has not contested a top-level event since the 2020 Masters. 

The 46-year-old, who competed in the PNC Championship with his son Charlie in December, played a practice round at Augusta last week and nine holes on both Sunday and Monday.

“As of right now I feel like I am going to play,” Woods said in his pre-tournament press conference.

Asked if he thought he could win a 16th major title this week, Woods said: “I do.”

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