The former world number 1 Tiger Woods has confirmed his presence at the Memorial tournament on the PGA tour, which will take place from July 16 to 19.
For the 14th player in the international ranking, it will be a first official event since the Invitation to Genesis in February. He had then taken the 68th place with a record of 11 strokes above the normal. In Ohio, the U.s. will find itself in a competition he has won five times in his career.
“To play golf and struggling with the guy I missed. I’m looking forward to the idea of being there,” said Woods on his Twitter account.
Initially, the tournament was to be held from 4 to 7 June, but was postponed because of the crisis of the sars coronavirus.