Tiger Woods will not tee it up at the next PGA Tour stop, after all. Woods was expected to make his next start at the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship, which begins May 2 at Quail Hollow Golf Club in Charlotte, N.C. But according to the Wells Fargo tournament director Gary Sobba, Woods will not be in the field.
Sombra broke the news Friday afternoon on The Clubhouse, a Charlotte-based radio show.
The win put Tiger one step closer to surpassing Jack Nicklaus’ major record of 18. But that’s not the only winning record Tiger is chasing.
The Wells Fargo would have been Woods’ first opportunity to tie Sam Snead’s record for most career PGA Tour wins. Tiger is currently one behind Snead’s record of 82.
Rumors about Tiger’s health spread after a GolfTV video released this week showed the No. 6 player in the World walking gingerly. However, Tiger’s reasons for skipping the Wells Fargo are not yet known.
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