Tiger Woods isn't coming back to competitive golf – at least not next week.
Woods did not enter the PGA Tour's Memorial Tournament ahead of the Friday deadline, meaning he won't play in a tournament he has won five times. However, that doesn't mean the tournament wasn't on Woods' radar. Reuters had previously reported Woods had booked accommodations in the Dublin, Ohio, area for the tournament. ESPN analyst Andy North said on Friday that Woods gave strong consideration to competing in the event, ultimately deciding against entering later in the day.
The 14-time major winner actually had an extended window on Friday night to enter the event at Muirfield Village. PGA Tour regulations allow a player 30 minutes after second-round play concludes – or is called – on Friday to commit to the next week's event. With weather delays plaguing pace in Texas at the Dean & DeLuca Invitational, Woods had until well past 9 p.m. Eastern to make that call.
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