On Tuesday, the 15-time major champion met with reporters for the first time since his news conference at the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in April.
Much has happened on the PGA Tour since then, including its stunning framework agreement with Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and the DP World Tour on June 6.
Woods tackled myriad topics during a news conference in the Bahamas on Tuesday, including his confidence in PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan, the future ecosystem in the game and his decision to join the PGA Tour’s policy board.
“My game feels rusty; I haven’t played in a while,” Woods said
“I had my subtalar fused. I’m excited to compete and play, and I’m just as curious as all of you are to see what happens because I haven’t done it in a while.”