Masters 2022: Tiger Woods to make ‘game-time decision’ on whether to compete

Tiger Woods says he will make a “game-time decision” on whether he will compete at next week’s Masters.

The five-time Masters champion, 46, has been recovering from leg injuries suffered in a car crash 14 months ago.

“I will be heading up to Augusta today [Sunday] to continue my preparation and practice,” Woods said on social media.

The former world number one prompted speculation he will return to competitive action by completing a practice round at Augusta last week.

“It will be a game-time decision on whether I compete,” added Woods.

He is named among the 91 participants for next week’s Masters, which runs from 7-10 April, but it had been thought the hilly Augusta National course might prove too demanding for the American.

Woods produced a scintillating finish at Augusta in 2019 to win his 15th major – and first for 11 years.

He played 18 holes with his son Charlie and fellow PGA Tour pro Justin Thomas to test his fitness as he continues his recovery.

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