In case you missed it, Golf.com is reporting that Tiger Woods will likely make his 2014-15 PGA Tour season debut at in the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale, Jan. 29-Feb. 1.
Golf.com reported that one source close to WMPO organizers said Woods has reserved his courtesy car for the event, "which has officials cautiously optimistic that he intends to play."
Rob Myers, a spokesman for the Thunderbirds organization that hosts the WMPO, wouldn't confirm if Woods would in fact be in the field.
"We have heard the rumors, but as of yesterday he is not on the confirmation list," Myers told Golf.com on Wednesday.
After this week, there are only two events on the Tour's schedule before the WMPO -- the Sony Open in Hawaii and the Humana Challenge. Woods would have to commit to the Sony Open by late Friday afternoon (a tournament he has never played in). Woods has until late next Friday afternoon, Jan. 16, to commit to the Humana Challenge (another event in which he has never played).
Another source told Golf.com that Woods has reserved rooms at Scottsdale's Four Seasons Resort, but a spokesperson for the resort declined comment to confirm whether Woods had a reservation or not.
Woods has not played in the WMPO since 2001 when he tied for fifth.
In 1997 -- his rookie season on the PGA Tour -- Woods famously made a hole-in-one on TPC Scottsdale's raucous par-3, 16th hole, regarded as the biggest party on the PGA Tour:
If he does play at TPC Scottsdale, it would be the first PGA Tour start for Woods since his missed cut at the PGA Championship last August and decided to take the remainder of the season off to recover from a back injury that plagued him throughout 2014.