The World No. 1 and the Defending champion, Tiger Woods is all set to play this week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral in Florida, according to ESPN.com
The 38-year-old American was out of the competition of last week’s Honda Classic with five holes left to play due to his lower back spasms. The Four times WGC-Cadillac Championship winner, Woods had similar back issue during last year at the Barclays.
Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg confirms that he is now feeling better and ready to defend his title at the TPC Blue Monster course.
“He wouldn’t be coming down here if he didn’t intend to compete at the highest level,” Steinberg told ESPN, “He intends to play and wants to play well.”
The 33-year-old Australian – Adam Scott, could be the number one if he wins this week World Golf Championship event.