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Tiger Woods Says He's in Augusta Ahead of Masters, Competing Will Be a 'Game Time Decision'

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Tiger Woods is not ruling out competing in The Masters.

The 46-year-old golfer announced on Twitter that he will be making "a game-time decision" for the annual tournament, which begins on Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.

Woods said he was traveling to Augusta "to continue my preparation and practice" ahead of the competition, which will run through next Sunday.

As of now, Woods is among the golfers expected to participate, according to the Masters' website.

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According to the Golf Channel, players will remain listed for the 2022 tournament until they formally decline their invitation with Augusta National.

I will be heading up to Augusta today to continue my preparation and practice. It will be a game-time decision on whether I compete. Congratulations to 16-year-old Anna Davis on an amazing win at the @anwagolf and good luck to all the kids in the @DriveChipPutt.

— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 3, 2022

Woods is a five-time Masters winner, claiming his first Green Jacket in 1997 at age 21. The golfer won back-to-back titles in 2001 and 2002 before reclaiming victory in 2005. His most recent Masters victory came in 2019 when he was 43 years old.

In February 2021, Woods was involved in a serious single-car accident, which fractured his tibia and fibula bones, among other injuries. The athlete has made significant strides since then, but told reporters this February that he still has "a long way to go" with his recovery, per the Golf Channel.

"I wish I could tell you when I'm playing again," Woods said at the time. "I want to know, but I don't. My golf activity has been very limited. I can chip and putt really well and hit short irons very well, but I haven't done any long stuff seriously. I'm still working. Like at the PNC, I'm still working on the walking part."

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