Woods' next major start will come in the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black, where Woods won the U.S. Open in 2002. In previous years, this event was traditionally held in August.
Shortly after Woods won the Masters, by rewarding him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Woods said at the ceremony his Masters victory was "the highlight of what I've accomplished so far in my life on the golf course".
His profligacy on the green at the Masters was reflective of Koepka's putting performances this season, as he ranks a disappointing 93rd in strokes gained on the PGA Tour this year. No player has ever won the modern Grand Slam, though Woods did once win the "Tiger Slam" by winning the four majors consecutively over the course of two different seasons. What did I do? Back then, he really didn't know how he would spend the money outside of paying off some debt but it appears that Adducci has found where to put some of those earnings.
Adducci is counting on Woods to win the year's remaining three majors. What makes the scenario less comparable to now is the ageing within his body.
Adducci said that he had good reason to believe that Tiger could continue his comeback by winning the next three majors. At that time, few could have imagined Woods would have to wait nearly 10 years to taste major success again.
Certainly, the PGA of America could not have asked for a better backdrop for the relaunch of its men's major in its new springtime date. Under the guidance of the USGA for US Opens, an already testing property - even by professional standards - has at times lurched towards brutality.
Do not be surprised if birdies prove hard to come by at this week's US PGA Championship. In the past seven stagings, Justin Thomas in 2017 is alone in winning at only single digits under par. It also correctly predicted Brooks Koepka's (9-1) victory at the CJ Cup.
It does not have the glamour or clamour of the Masters, it is not the toughest set-up because that remains the US Open and it does not have the historical significance and romance of The Open.
For the first time in any major, all of the top 100 players in the Official World Golf Ranking will be in the field. Koepka is the defending PGA Championship victor. "He responded with, 'We're 1-1.' Hopefully, we'll make that 2-1 very shortly".
"He's a hell of a player". "So now that I've had another extension to my career - one that I didn't think I had a couple of years ago - if I do things correctly and everything falls my way, yeah, it's a possibility". But the excitement that he brought, the fans, that's the reason a majority of people are golf fans. I think the best part about it is the average golfer, if they go out there and play, they can relate to us when we go out there or we can relate to them.
Bethpage should deliver testament to Koepka's assertion.
Woods got the eulogies of Trump' "relentless will to win, win, win".