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Tiger Woods Comeback

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Mar/11/2010
Tiger Woods Comeback

There were conflicting reports as to when disgraced golfer Tiger Woods was set to return to the sport of golf Thursday.

Depending on which report you believe, Woods could start playing as early as March 22 at the Tavistock Cup, a competition between two high-profile golf clubs in Orlando where several prominent PGA Tour players are members, this according to long time friend Mark O'Meara.

The Associated Press is reporting that Woods was slated to return for the Masters while a report in the New York Post has Woods playing in two weeks, at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill in Orlando.

None of the reports are yet to be confirmed.

"It's been a rough road the last three or four months in Tiger's life and his family's life," O'Meara said on the Golf Channel. "It's a very difficult situation. Golf is what Tiger does, and possibly part of the healing process is to get back at it."

Woods admitted to being unfaithful to his wife following a Thanksgiving Day crash outside his home.  Nearly a dozen women have come out of the woodwork claiming to be his mistresses. 

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