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Tiger Woods to Play at Tavistock Cup?

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Mar/12/2010
Tiger Woods Tavistock Cup

Tiger Woods has still not announced when he's returning to golf -- but TMZ has learned it is going to be the Tavistock Cup.  Mysterious arrangements have Tiger's tracks all over them, the online website is reporting.

The famously private event is known for allowing fans to get up close and personal with the golfers -- but sources close to the tournament tell us management for the Isleworth Country Club, this year's home course, has suddenly decided to cut down on the number of passes given to Lake Nona employees.

We're told several staff members are being told the move is being orchestrated by Tiger's camp -- in an effort to control who will have access to the golfer when he makes his return.

Save for a recent "press conference," Tiger Woods has been essentially MIA for the past few months, thanks to marital troubles.

Citing two unnamed sources, The New York Post is reporting that Woods has enlisted the aid of Ari Fleischer, advisor to former president George W. Bush, to chart a return.

The Post reports that the return date will be March 25 for the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Orlando, Florida's Bay Hill course and Palmer has told people, reportedly, that Woods will "definitely" play.

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Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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