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Tiger Woods Masters: Will he be ready to play?

Tiger Woods not ready to commit to Masters.
Tiger Woods not ready to commit to Masters.
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Tiger Woods is not sure about the Masters yet. The golfer has been plagued with back problems, and he even had to leave one tournament this season with only five holes left. On March 24, Huffington Post shared the latest comments made by Woods about the tournament and his chances to play in it. Right now, he just doesn't know. He said the following, according to the site:

"For Augusta, it's actually still a little too soon, to be honest with you. That's kind of the frustrating thing about this."

He also revealed that he has been receiving treatment during his time off. Tiger Woods has been dealing with back problems since 2012. On March 2, he backed out of the Honda Classic. He played the next week at Doral, but he had back pain cause him problems in the final round. He did not take part in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Tiger has never missed Masters though. It was his first championship, and he has won the tournament four times total. He last won the tournament back in 2005. This year's event is set for April 10 through 13. That does give him time to heal some more, but he doesn't want to commit to his presence in the tournament yet.

What do you think? Will he make it to the Masters this year?

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