Woods last played on March 9, competing in the WGC-Cadillac Championships where he finished 25th. At the time, Woods held the No.1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking but since then, he’s faced a steady decline in points and was recently overtaken for No.1 by Adam Scott.
Injuries have plagued Woods in recent years, causing him to miss five majors since 2008. During this time, his ranking fell as low as No.58 in 2011, but a strong 2012 campaign helped him reestablish himself as a contender in the professional circuit.
While Woods has no definitive timetable for his recovery process, he made it evident that he misses the game and would love to be playing.
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