Missing The Masters: Golfing Superstar Won’t Compete In Tournament For The First Time In Nearly 20 Years

Golfing World News – April 4

Sad to say Im missing the Masters. Thanks to the fans for so many kind wishes. tigerwoods.com Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 01, 2014 On Woods website , he issued a statement saying, Id like to express my disappointment to the Augusta National membership, staff, volunteers and patrons that I will not be at the Masters. Its a week thats very special to me. It also looks like Ill be forced to miss several upcoming tournaments to focus on my rehabilitation and getting healthy. This is the first time in nearly 20 years Woods will miss the Masters Tournament.
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Hot Clubs: Golfing in Death Valley

Even the Sierra getting an early April snow dump, and breezy winds are cooling the coast, the desert starts to feel the soft side of a sizzle, especially around high noon. This means many things — pool time, bike time, horseback riding time — but it definitely means golf, especially around Death Valley. Oh, didn’t know the lowest and driest spot in all of NorthAmerica came with a few places to putt?Indeed it does, and, yep, golfing is good pretty all year long. But the tourney come in the spring and summer, along with the rising Fahrenheit, which a number of golf aficionados find just fine. Want to jump into the competition?Or just find a great golf package, the better to swing on your own?Then check out…
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Well, don’t ask me what the secrets are because that’s a secret. I’ll tell you maybe after we finish Sunday. Over to the European Tour and rain wreaked havoc in the opening round of the inaugural NH Collection Open in Cadiz in Spain. Jack Doherty held the clubhouse lead of 3 under par at the end of Day 1 – but after the start had been delayed for over two and a half hours, many players hadnt finished their opening rounds. Home favourite and recent Trophee Hassan II winner Alejandro Canizares finished level par. Well, that’s all for this week but join on Monday when we’ll bring you all the news from a busy weekend.
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