Tiger Woods is coming off another “win for the ages” this weekend. He wrapped up his fifth Masters and 15th major title overall with an epic performance at Augusta.
Woods’ win was his first victory at a major since 2008 and his first win at Augusta since 2005. Now, the next question is what can he possibly do for an encore?
According to Golf Channel’s Tiger Tracker, Woods will next hit the course at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina on May 2-5. It’s an event he’s won once before, back when it was called the Wachovia Championship in 2007.
Woods will use that tournament as a tuneup for the PGA Championship in mid-May.
For those asking, I expect his next start to be in three weeks at the Wells Fargo Championship. May 2-5. Seems like he'd play there, then take a week off and play the PGA Championship.
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) April 15, 2019
Woods finished second at last year’s PGA Championship and has already been installed as the betting favorite for this year’s tournament. He last won the event in 2007.
With 15 majors under his belt, Tiger is three away from tying Jack Nicklaus’ record and four away from breaking it.
It will be hard for him to surpass Nicklaus, but the fact it is even a point of conversation after all that Woods has been through is pretty amazing.