MONTGOMERY, Texas | Appearing at an event at his Bluejack National Golf Course, Tiger Woods, said Wednesday he is unsure when he next will play competitive golf on the PGA Tour or anywhere else in the world.
Woods was present for the opening of the 10-hole Playgrounds short course at Bluejack National, his first American golf design. Before the afternoon’s official public events he walked the complete layout with Bluejack executives.
“I wish I could say I was playing there (The Masters) or the Houston Open or anywhere else,” said the 14-time major championship winner, who is recuperating from multiple procedures on his ailing back. “I don’t know when I will play. I’m not sure. I just cannot say for sure.”
While Woods played and chipped with two junior golfers from the Southern Texas PGA as part of the opening ceremonies, he said he had not played a regulation golf hole anywhere since his latest surgery last fall.
One week ago, following social media reports that said his condition recently had worsened, Woods posted a video of himself to his Twitter feed in which he swung a 9-iron for a shot on an indoor simulator.
“Every injury is different,” said. “I just don’t know when I will be back,” he said.
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