Tiger Woods had a busy few months to close out 2019. He underwent his latest surgery at the end of August, returned and won a PGA Tour event in October, and then captained the 2019 U.S. Presidents Cup team to victory in December (while recording a 3-0 record on the course).
The questions Tiger fans are asking now are what will his playing schedule look like for 2020, and, where will he play next?
The truth is, Tiger has kept his Tour schedule for the upcoming year secret, as he usually does. He rarely commits to events too far in advance, with occasional exceptions. Strangely, even though he hasn’t finalized his schedule for 2020, he’s technically already won a tournament this season. The Zozo Championship, which Tiger won to tie Sam Snead’s all-time Tour record of 82 wins in October, is part of the new wraparound 2019-20 PGA Tour season.
Fortunately for our purposes, Tiger is a creature of habit who often plays the same events season to season, so we can get a good idea of which tournaments he’ll playing 2020 based on previous years.
- the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines (Jan. 23-26)
- the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (Feb. 6-9)
- Honda Classic beginning Feb. 27.
- Players Championship on March 12
- the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park (May 14-17)
- the Memorial (June 4-7)
- the U.S. Open at Winged Foot (June 18-21)
- the Open Championship at Royal St. George’s (July 16-19).
- the Open could be his final Tour event before the FedEx Cup Playoffs.