Despite his claims at the Masters that he was unsure when he would next play, Tiger Woods plans to return to golf at the end of the month, according to his website. The next tournament listed for Woods on www.TigerWoods.com is the Quail Hollow Championship taking place from April 29 to May 2.
The tournament is in Charlotte, North Carolina. The golfing great finished 4th place at the Quail Hollow Championship in 2009. His website also says he will be playing in the US Open tournament in June in Pebble Beach, Calif.
According the site, Tiger’s fourth place finish at the Masters earned him $330,000 in prize money. While that doesn’t make up for the endorsement money he’s lost since the scandal broke regarding his many alleged infidelities, it isn’t bad money for a week of work.
RadarOnline.com has exclusively reported that Tiger’s return to golf has caused major strife in his relationship with his wife. Elin, who refuses to move back in with Tiger, has told him that she believes he returned to golf too quickly and wasn’t focused enough on the family.
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“Divorce is something she’s talking about,” a source close to Elin told RadarOnline.com. “No one knows if she’s going to go through with it,” the source said. Elin has not worn her wedding ring since his cheating scandal broke and the two have not spent the night together in months.