On Monday, Tiger Woods wouldn’t commit to playing in the 2017 Masters during an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America.
Woods was plugging his new book, “The 1997 Masters: My Story,” which talks about Woods’ experience winning his first Major Championship, the 1997 Masters.
ABC’s Michael Strahan asked Woods if he will be competing in the 2017 Masters.
“God I hope so, I’m trying. I’m trying everything just to be able to get back and play,” Woods told Strahan.
“I love that event. It’s meant so much to me and my life. It was the first Major that I ever played back in ’95.”
Recently Woods has been plagued by back injuries, which have caused him to drop out of several tournaments.
Woods dominated the 1997 Masters, winning the tournament by 12 strokes en route to becoming the youngest Masters champion ever.
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