The Masters: Tiger Woods will call late to see if he will return in August

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Check out the highlights of Tiger Woods’ previous five wins at Augusta National

Check out the highlights of Tiger Woods’ previous five wins at Augusta National

Tiger Woods will make a “game-time” decision that he will return to his long-awaited action at The Masters, his first major appearance since a car-threatening car crash last February.

Woods has not attended any top-level events since playing at the Augusta Nationals in November 2020, the former No. 1 in the world unable to compete on the PGA Tour since a serious car-threatening injury in a serious car accident last February.

The 15-time main champion made an impressive return to the PNC Championship with his son Charlie in December but was still undecided on the return date when discussing his future at Genesis Invitational in February, saying he “didn’t know” when he would compete next.

Woods sparked speculation about a major comeback as he went to the practice round on Tuesday, August, just days after footage of him playing at his medal-winning golf club surfaced on social media.

Tiger Woods, pictured at Augusta National on Sunday, will call 'Game-Time' to discuss whether he will compete for the Live the Masters in Sky Sports.

Tiger Woods, pictured at Augusta National on Sunday, will call ‘Game-Time’ to discuss whether he will compete for the Live the Masters in Sky Sports.

Woods is practicing at the Augusta National on Sunday before The Masters

Woods is practicing at the Augusta National on Sunday before The Masters

The Masters: Tiger Woods Will Call Late Augusta to Return to Augusta National

The Masters: Tiger Woods Will Call Late Augusta to Return to Augusta National

On Sunday he continued to practice in Augusta and tweeted: “It will be decided during the game whether I will compete.”

Woods is scheduled to hold a press conference at 11 a.m. Augusta National on Tuesday (4pm BST) when the five-time Masters champion is ready to reveal more about his fitness and whether he still plans to compete.

Simon Holmes of Sky Sports Golf is looking back on an impressive comeback for Tiger Woods at the PNC Championships and discusses whether a return to a PGA Tour for the future 15-time major champion is a possibility.

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Simon Holmes of Sky Sports Golf is looking back on an impressive comeback for Tiger Woods at the PNC Championships and discusses whether a return to a PGA Tour for the future 15-time major champion is a possibility.

Simon Holmes of Sky Sports Golf is looking back on an impressive comeback for Tiger Woods at the PNC Championships and discusses whether a return to a PGA Tour for the future 15-time major champion is a possibility.

Journey back to the Tigers Masters

Woods described his rehabilitation as the most difficult of his career, acknowledging that his initial goal was “just to get out” after being paralyzed for months. Woods was first confined to a wheelchair and then walked without help, before slowly turning into a crutch.

We take a look at Woods' progress since last February's car crash and how he prepared himself to return to action.

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We take a look at Woods’ progress since last February’s car crash and how he prepared himself to return to action.

We take a look at Woods’ progress since last February’s car crash and how he prepared himself to return to action.

Woods’ condition updates were limited to most of 2021, and he was only occasionally seen in public during his recovery, wearing a compression sleeve on his right leg, when a three-second clip of him hitting a wedge shot in November was sent to social media.

Woods admitted to suffering from sitting pain during his press conference before the Hero World Challenge next week, the first time he had addressed the media since the accident, and he had opened his mouth about “dark moments” and “hard work.” During the process of his recovery.

Masters – Live

April 7, 2022, 7:30 pm

Survival

He insisted he was not ready to return to the PGA Tour golf after his PNC Championship performance in December, when he teamed up with son Charlie to post a runner-up finish.

Woods’ record in August

Rory McIlroy says the game of golf gets better when Tiger Woods is playing and his presence at The Masters will be 'extraordinary'.

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Rory McIlroy says the game of golf gets better when Tiger Woods is playing and his presence at The Masters will be ‘extraordinary’.

Rory McIlroy says the game of golf gets better when Tiger Woods is playing and his presence at The Masters will be ‘extraordinary’.

This year’s competition marks the 25th anniversary of Woods’ first major victory, his 12-shot victory in 1997 being the biggest win in the history of The Masters.

Woods claimed a two-shot victory in 2001, saw him complete the “Tiger Slam” and became the first to hold four majors together, and then successfully defended his title a year later to join Jack Nicholas and Sir Nick Faldo. . Back-to-back winners.

Masters – Live

April 7, 2022, 2:00 pm

Survival

He recovered from seven strokes of speed to beat Chris DiMarco in the playoffs for his fourth win in a first-day game in 2005, before waiting another 14 years for more Masters glory. Woods’ success in 2019 came 11 years after his previous major title as he hinted at the end of a few years of injury-involved to register a one-shot win.

When is the Masters in Sky Sports?

Sky Sports will once again be the home of The Masters, with over 70 hours of live coverage from Georgia over a nine-day period from Saturday 2 April to Sunday 10 April.

The wait is almost over for the first men's head of the year, with increased coverage from Augusta National Live on Sky Sports' dedicated Masters channel.

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The wait is almost over for the first men’s head of the year, with increased coverage from Augusta National Live on Sky Sports’ dedicated Masters channel.

The wait is almost over for the first men’s head of the year, with increased coverage from Augusta National Live on Sky Sports’ dedicated Masters channel.

Wall-to-wall coverage of the tournament will start at 2pm on the first two days and build-up coverage will start at 3pm on the weekends, with lots of bonus feeds via the red button of Sky Sports Golf.

The live tournament from The Masters will offer extended news, interviews and storylines for a few hours each day earlier in the week, while the traditional Par-3 competition returns after a two-year absence.

Watch The Masters live exclusively on Sky Sports this April. Live coverage throughout the tournament week at Sky Sports Golf, with additional feeds and bonus action during the four rounds available via the red button.

The Masters: Tiger Woods Will Call Late Augusta to Return to Augusta National

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