That rumored Tiger Woods comeback isn't happening next week in Charlotte.
The entry deadline for the Wells Fargo Championship came and went on Friday afternoon, and Woods did not show up on the final entry list.
Meanwhile, Woods was in Las Vegas for his annual Tiger Jam event to support his Tiger Woods Foundation. During a Friday clinic at Shadow Creek, Woods said he was itching to get back inside the ropes.
"I'm sick and tired of being on the sidelines," Woods said in a range session broadcast through Periscope. "I want to start competing against these boys. I miss it."
Earlier this week at the opening of Bluejack National, his first U.S. gofl course design, near Houston, Woods played five holes which he said were the first since he underwent a pair of back surgeries last fall. Woods looked to make gingerly swings in that exhibition, and he said in Sin City on Friday that he's still holding back. Saying that he can drive the ball in the 285-290Read More »from Woods won't play Wells Fargo but still could make Ryder Cup team