Tiger Woods' son Charlie, 11, is beginning to get serious about golf, but it will ultimately be up to him if he wants to chase - and break - his dad's records.
The PGA Tour returned five weeks ago with some of its strongest fields. Tiger Woods announced Thursday on Twitter he will play next week at the Memorial, a tournament he has won a record five times, as he goes after his record 83rd career victory on the PGA Tour. It will end a five-month break from competition for Woods.
Reigning Masters champion Tiger Woods, a 15-time major winner, said Thursday he will play his first US PGA Tour event since February at next week's Jack Nicklaus-hosted Memorial Tournament. Woods will attempt to capture a record 83rd career US PGA title after having matched Sam Snead's all-time mark by winning last October's Zozo Championship in Japan. "I'm looking forward to playing in the @MemorialGolf next week," Woods tweeted.