What & # 39; s Next for Tiger Woods?

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The cheers still echoed around Augusta National after the victory of Tiger Woods in the Masters on Sunday, but fans were already looking ahead. Is Woods back after a decade of injuries and personal setbacks? Could he, at the age of 43, get back the form that had destroyed him from 1997 to 2008? Or was the comeback a kind of idiot gold, a final hurray before the collapse collapsed?

One thing is certain: people will watch. This is the following for Woods.

Waiting for the second major this year is shorter than normal because the P.G.A. has been moved from the normal date in August. One goal was to give the least-announced major a little more attention. Woods' victory in the Masters helped enormously.

Woods has won four P.G.A.s, most recently in 2007. The tournament will be played this year in Bethpage Black on Long Island. The difficult Black course has never had the P.G.A. hosted. before, but it was the site of the US Open in 2009, when Woods struck sixth, and in 2002, when Woods won, Phil defeated Phil Mickelson with three shots.

Woods is currently listed as one of the three favorites on 10-1, along with Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy.

The United States Open returns this year to one of the largest golf sites, Pebble Beach, on the Monterey Peninsula in California.

Woods has three US Open victories in his career. Before Sunday, his last big win was the 2008 Open.

Pebble Beach also organized the Open in 2010, when Woods became fourth and 2000, when he crushed the field with 15 strokes.

Woods, Johnson and McIlroy are again the three favorites for this tournament.

The British Open, or simply Open as it is called in Europe, will go to Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951 . The course on the North Atlantic is expected to continue the Open & # 39; s tradition of unpredictable and challenging weather conditions.

Woods has three British Opens, with his most recent victory in 2006. He and McIlroy, who come from Northern Ireland, are the two favorites.

Woods, once an automatic match on the American teams for the Ryder and Presidential Cups, missed for several years before returning to the Ryder Cup last year as captain's captain. He ended the event with 0-4.

He was named captain for this year's Presidential Cup, and after returning in shape, it appears that he is becoming a captain.

He has been part of American teams since 1997, Woods has sometimes shown a lack of enthusiasm for team events.

The United States won the Presidential Cup against a team of non-European international golfers, seven straight times. This year the event is held in Melbourne, Australia.

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