Tiger Woods is finally making his much-anticipated return to the PGA Tour this week as he tees it up at the Hero World Challenge.
The 15-time major winner has been absent from competition since the Masters in April, as he continues to recover from leg injuries sustained in a serious car accident in February 2021.
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Woods, who is also the host of the event in the Bahamas, will be joined by a 20-man field, with no cut.
Who else is in the field?
Among the notable names is Viktor Hovland, who returns as the two-time defending champion, and world number one Scottie Scheffler, who is playing competitively for the first time since the Ryder Cup in Rome.
Open champion Brian Harman will also be competing, along with Max Homa, Matt Fitzpatrick, and Jordan Spieth.
When does Woods tee off?
Woods is scheduled to tee off at 4:52 pm UK time on Thursday afternoon. He will be paired with his long-time friend Justin Thomas, going out in the middle of the field.
Sam Burns and Scheffler will precede them, while Jason Day and Collin Morikawa will follow them off the first tee.
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How do I watch?
To watch all the action, you can tune in to Sky Sports Golf, as they will be broadcasting all four days of the tournament live from Albany. The coverage will begin at 6:30 pm UK time on Thursday.
Is this a proper PGA Tour event or an exhibition?
The Hero World Challenge is a proper PGA Tour event, and World Golf Ranking points will be awarded. However, no FedExCup points will be granted.