Where is Tiger Woods playing next?

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is scheduled to make his next appearance at the WGC-Dell Match Play Championship.

The tournament takes place at at Austin Country Club in Texas from March 27-31. 

Woods, who has 18 career World Golf Championships titles to his credit, will be making his 14th career start in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, but first in Austin. 

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The former world No.1 is the only three-time winner of the event (2003, 2004, 2008) and remains the only player in tournament history to successfully defend his title. 

He last played in the tournament in 2013, where he lost 2&1 in the opening round to Charles Howell III. 

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What he said

“I'm hoping that I can play all the matches. That would be great. When I [last] played it was only one guaranteed, so it's kind of nice knowing that I'll be able to get at least three good rounds in, possibly more if I play well, and that's basically like a tournament.”

Tiger Woods' season so far

- Farmers Insurance Open  T20
- Genesis Open  T15
- WGC-Mexico Championship  T10
- The Players Championship  T30

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