Tiger Woods will not feature at next week’s Travelers Championship as he continues to delay his much-anticipated return.
The 15-time Major winner wasn’t in action at last weekend’s Charles Schwab Challenge, where the PGA Tour resumed, while he is also not in action at Hilton Head this week.
Woods also didn’t commit to the upcoming Travelers Championship in Connecticut, with his name absent from the field following Friday’s deadline.
The 44-year-old’s last appearance on the PGA Tour was at the Genesis Invitational back in February, although he did look in good nick during The Match: Champions for Charity at Medalist Golf Club a few weeks ago.
It is unclear why the American decided not to compete at the Travelers Championship after he stated that he will skip the first two events when the Tour resumes.
The Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village in mid-July looks like a realistic opportunity for Woods to be back in action again, given that it will be the first event to welcome spectators and due to the success he has achieved at the competition over the years.