(Reuters) – Tiger Woods should have been trying to keep his Masters green jacket out of the clutches of the world’s top golfers over the next four days, instead he will battle his 11-year-old son Charlie for it over putting competitions.
FILE PHOTO: Tiger Woods tees off the 9th hole during the final round of the Zozo Championship, a PGA Tour event, at Narashino Country Club in Inzai, Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo, Japan October 27, 2019, in this photo released by Kyodo. Kyodo/via REUTERS
The Masters, which Woods won in magical fashion for a fifth time a year ago to claim his first major since 2008, has been postponed until November because of the coronavirus pandemic which has shut down world sport on an unprecedented scale.
Like his rivals, Woods, 44, has been kicking his heels at home, waiting for the day the PGA Tour can restart.
While he has enjoyed the family time, including 2,000-piece jigsaw puzzles and cup cakes, Woods admits being “wired” to play but not preparing…
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