In what event will the PGA Tour play next Tiger Woods? – NBC10 Philadelphia

Tiger Woods first made a career in PGA Championship 2022.

And not good.

Woods withdrew from the major for the first time in his career after the third round of the PGA Championship.

The 46-year-old junior succeeded by scoring a 3-over in two rounds, but then fell freely into the leaderboard with a 9-over 79 in the third round – his worst round in history.

Woods, who is noticeably lame at the Southern Hills Championships, said he is experiencing pain in his surgically repaired right leg.

“Well, I’m in pain,” Woods said after Round 3. “I know that’s true.”

The PGA Championship was only the second official event of the Tour in which Woods participated after suffering serious leg injuries car accident in February 2021. He returned in April to the Masters Tournament, where he is finished 47th out of 13 overs. It was both his worst result and the lowest result in the leaderboard at the Masters in his professional career.

So when next time can we see how the 15-time top champion went on course?

Here’s a look at the upcoming PGA Tour schedule:

Charles Schwab Challenge: May 26-29

Memory Tournament: June 2-5

Canadian Open RBC: June 9-12

US Open: June 16-19

Travelers Championship: June 23-26

John Deere Classic: June 30-July 3

Genesis Scottish Open: July 7-10

Barbasol Championship: July 7-10

Barracuda Championship: July 14-17

Open Championship: July 14-17

It is important to note that Woods said it will “never play on a full schedule again” and will focus only on “big events”.

The biggest event and the next major event on the calendar is the US Open in mid-June. Woods has three career victories at the US Open, the last in 2008. Last month, Woods registered for this year’s US Open at a country club in Brooklyn, Massachusetts, but has not yet made a commitment to play in the tournament.

After the 2022 Masters, Woods said he plans to compete at the Open Championships in St. Andrews in mid-July. Woods is also a three-time winner of the Open Championship, with two of his victories coming to St. Andrews (2000 and 2005).

But it is unclear whether the removal of Woods from the PGA Championship will affect the further schedule of his games.

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