Tiger Woods to play in Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor

Tiger Woods to play in Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor

Feherty, now a Golf Channel analyst, has assessed the American's recent form, posture, and swing, and believes the 42-year-old has rediscovered his swagger. The Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course will represent Woods' fourth PGA Tour start of the season.

Tiger Woods has announced he will play in the Valspar Championships and Arnold Palmer Invitational over the next two weeks.

He has won eight times in 17 starts at Bay Hill and will be making his first appearance since claiming victory in 2013. His options were limited for pre-Masters prep as he wasn't eligible for this week's WGC-Mexico Championship or the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in late March.

At the time Woods said that he felt instant relief and that he wasn't done competing or winning. "Keep building my body, keep building towards April".

Woods, 42, showed more than a few glimpses of his vintage best at last week's Honda Classic where, despite playing on one of the most hard courses on the PGA Tour, he entered the weekend only four shots off the lead. That was the goal when I first came back - try and get everything situated for April.

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Woods was pleased with his ballstriking all week in tough, windy conditions and stressed the importance of playing in enough tournaments before the Masters.

"I've been away from tournament golf for so long that I'm starting to feel the rounds", Woods said Sunday following the Honda Classic.

"That's something I'm very proud of". "I'm starting to get into it quicker, feel the pace, feel the shots and get a better sense of it".

So that's that. Golf fans want to see Tiger and that's why you'll see nearly every one of his shots in every tournament he plays whether he is in the lead or not.

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