Tiger Woods’ 2018 has been consistent. The 42-year-old golfer has been on the course for a few tournaments, and though his play has been inconsistent, it’s good news that he’s stayed healthy over the first months of the season.
What’s next for Woods? Woods has already committed to playing in the U.S. Open in June, and he recently put his name in the hat to play The Open Championship in Carnoustie, Scotland in July.
On Wednesday morning, the Memorial Tournament announced Tiger plans to play.
Woods will take the tee when the tournament begins on May 31.
— #theMemorial (@MemorialGolf) May 16, 2018
This is not surprising, as Woods is healthy and intends on playing a lot this year, but still, it’s exciting to see Tiger back on the course consistently.
Woods has won the Memorial five times, though not since 2012. Three of those victories came in consecutive years from 1999-2001.