A legendary golfer is set to revive his career after Tiger Woods announces his return to golf. The news went out to media through his website and Twitter account on Tuesday. Tiger Woods announced his return to golf will be at the upcoming WGC-Bridgestone Invitational tournament that starts on August, 4th.
“Feeling fit and ready to tee it up at Firestone next week. Excited to get back out there!,” his tweet reads. Perhaps, Tiger Woods announced his return to golf at WGC Bridgestone intentionally because he has managed to grab seven trophies at this course in the past.
He last played professional golf at the Players Championship in May 12, 2011. Since then, he repeatedly announced he will not play golf again until he is at 100 percent and his health is fully recovered. He suffered several minor injuries during the year and experienced serious troubles in his personal life.
He has 71 PGA Tour titles in his collection of trophies, but his last title on the PGA Tour is two years old after he won at the 2009 BMW Championship. Woods also announced he is sacking his long-standing caddie Steve Williams. The two have spent 12 years together.