Tiger Woods and his movements are well documented and the interest of many not the least tournament promotors. So with the latest news that Woods may well skip the Tournament of Champions in Maui it stands that one promotors job has gotten a lot harder.
Woods has candidly spoken about the amount of golf he played in the back end of the year labelling it too much and suggesting he will now look to get in the gym to gain some strength and weight.
“We haven’t sat down and actually confirmed anything in my schedule for next year,” said Woods, who finished 17th in the 18-man Hero World Challenge field. “We’re going to sit back after I’m done with Australia and really get back into the gym and build up my body, get it stronger and get some weight on me and see where I want to start the year and see how many events that I should play.”
Woods will venture to Australia later this year to complete a scouting mission for the upcoming President’s Cup which will be held at the Prestigious Royal Melbourne. With the Tournament of Champions unlikely to find itself on Tiger’s schedule it is likely he will begin his year at Torrey Pines competing in the Farmers Insurance Open which will be played between Jan. 24-27.