Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy to face Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in The Match | Golf News

12 Hole, the made-for-TV show, will take place in Florida on December 10 and will raise money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts. Woods will make his third appearance in The Match and first since 2020, while McIlroy will make his first

Last updated: 07/11/22 at 5:30 pm

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will team up in the latest edition of The Match.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will team up in the latest edition of The Match.

Rory McIlroy will team up with Tiger Woods to take on Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in a special charity event next month.

The latest edition of the match will take place on December 10 at Pelican Golf Club in Florida, with the 12-hole floodlit event raising money for Hurricane Ian relief efforts.

Woods played the first two editions of the match, teaming with NFL star Peyton Manning to beat Mickelson and Tom Brady in 2020, losing to Phil Mickelson in the inaugural event in 2018.

Woods tweeted, “Can’t wait to play in Capital One: Matches with Rory McIlroy against Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth. “See you guys Dec. 10 under the lights.”

This year’s event is the seventh and second edition of the year, with Brady and Aaron Rodgers defeating Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes in June, while McIlroy, Thomas and Spieth were all making their debuts.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new 'tech-fused golf league', a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new ‘tech-fused golf league’, a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new ‘tech-fused golf league’, a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

Woods has played a limited schedule since suffering career-threatening leg and ankle injuries in a car accident last February, making just three official starts since coming to this year’s majors.

The 15-time major champion has not featured competitively since missing the cut at the 150th Open at St Andrews in July, with Woods likely to have a busy December match.

Tiger Woods has told Sky Sports he has no plans to retire at the moment but admits he may have had his last chance to win the Open at St Andrews.

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player.

Tiger Woods has told Sky Sports he has no plans to retire at the moment but admits he may have had his last chance to win the Open at St Andrews.

Tiger Woods has told Sky Sports he has no plans to retire at the moment but admits he may have had his last chance to win the Open at St Andrews.

With Woods hosting the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas last week, where he can still feature as one of three tournament exemptions, the former world No. 1 is also expected to compete again – with his son Charlie. With – at the PNC Championship.

When can Woods return to PGA Tour action?

Woods told reporters after his miss at The Open that he had “nothing planned” when discussing his future schedule, adding that it might be “next year” before he competes again. However, caddy Joe LaCava expects him to be back soon.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new 'tech-fused golf league', a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new ‘tech-fused golf league’, a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have joined forces to launch a new ‘tech-fused golf league’, a team event featuring PGA Tour players at a custom-built venue.

“I’m hoping he’ll play at Harrow in December. [World Challenge] And father and son [PNC Championship] And maybe birth [Invitational]”I’m still hoping he plays three, maybe four tournaments before the Masters,” LaCava told The Dan Patrick Show earlier this summer.

Sky Sports’ Wayne Reilly expects to see Woods in at least one PGA Tour event before he heads to Augusta National, although warns it may not be until 2023 when we see him playing tournament golf. Don’t look.

“The way I feel, I think it’s going to be the Florida swing,” Riley said. “Maybe we’ll see him at the Honda Classic, because that’s where he lives. Maybe we’ll see him at the Arnold Palmer Invitational or The Players. He’ll play before he plays the Masters, but he’ll have time now. With him. With.”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *