Woods practices well on Friday, is ready to play two events next week

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Tiger Woods said on his website that his left Achilles tendon felt good during his practice session on Friday.
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Series: PGA Tour

Tiger Woods returned to practice Friday and declared himself ready to play next week.

Woods said in a story on his website that his left Achilles tendon felt good and that he would play in the two-day Tavistock Cup exhibition that starts Monday, and then the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.

Woods withdrew from the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Sunday after 11 holes with what he described as tightness in his Achilles tendon. He said he didn't want to risk further damage. One day later, he said doctors told him it was only a mild strain.

It was the left Achilles that caused him to miss two majors last year.

Woods has won Bay Hill six times. It will be his final tournament before the Masters begins April 5.