Tiger Woods took to Twitter Wednesday morning to announce his schedule for the summer.
Based on the tweet, his game seems to be in shape, as he'll be playing quite a bit:
Woods announced last Friday that he'd be playing in the Players Championship, which tees off next week. He won that tournament in 2013 and was unable to defend a year ago as he recovered from back surgery.
The list of events Woods announced he will be playing in on Wednesday morning isn't surprising. They're all events he's played in before and -- with the exception of the Greenbrier Classic -- has won multiple times. What was surprising is that Woods announced all of them at the same time, as he typically waits for the PGA Tour's Friday deadline to commit to the following week's tournament (rules are different for the majors).
We don't suspect that this is the complete schedule for Woods this summer, as it only brings us to August 2, the final round of the Quicken Loans National.
The PGA Championship is notably missing from the tweet. That takes place at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wisconsin, August 13-16. Also not on the list is the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, where Woods is an eight-time champion -- presumably because he is not yet eligible for that event, which requires a tournament win in the last year, or a top-50 world ranking one week and two weeks prior to the event.
Woods, currently, is ranked No. 116 but will have plenty of time to improve on that given how much he'll be playing.