Report: Tiger Woods returning in two weeks to play at Arnold Palmer’s tournament

March 11, 2010

(ChattahBox) – After returning from rehab and seen working on his game in long practice sessions it probably comes as little surprise that Tiger Woods is ready to return to the PGA Tour.  The New York Post is reporting that Tiger Woods will return in two weeks and play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational starting March 25.  Previous reports have Woods first entering in the March 22-23 Tavistock Cup, which will be played at his home course of Isleworth.  Where and when ever he chooses to return, the media spectacle that will follow is what likely has Tiger worried the most.  The post claims to address that concern it’s sources say Woods has hired former presidential advisor Ari Fleischer, who now runs a sports communications firm, to help him with a strategy to make his entrance back on the PGA Tour.  Fleischer, has worked for George W. Bush, and had Mark McGwire as a client when the disgraced former slugger made his first public admission that he had used performance-enhancing drugs, so he knows a thing or two about handling adversity.


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One Response to “Report: Tiger Woods returning in two weeks to play at Arnold Palmer’s tournament”

  1. Daffy on March 11th, 2010 12:38 pm

    I am so glad to tiger getting back on the course again. I mean I was getting so sick of the whole ELin, mystery woman scandals erupting once every two weeks. It was a nightmare, especially because I think Tiger was doing all he could to make good, It could have been worse though, the only reason Tiger hasn’t suffered as much as he could have is because he employed a tactic, which worked out for him, check out the story

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