Tiger Woods has agreed to feature in the field at the JP McManus Pro-Am event, which will be played before his scheduled appearance at The Open Championship.
Last week, the legendary American made his first professional outing since suffering two broken legs in a car crash in February 2021, defying the odds to earn a 47th-placed finish at The Masters.
When quizzed on his next appearance after his final round, the 46-year-old refused to commit to next month’s US PGA Championship, but confirmed that he intended to make the trip to Scotland for The Open at St Andrews.
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In preparation for that tournament, it appears that the 15-time major winner will spend time in Ireland after being added to the field at the JP McManus Pro-Am event at Adare Manor.
The two-day event will take place on July 4 and 5, and the likes of Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka have already agreed to compete.