He limped through an unseasonably cold Oklahoma day on Saturday with an unusual career-high score.
Woods probably needed this Masters tournament more than the Masters needed him.
Tee times have been set for Tiger Woods' return to the sport after being sidelined by a car crash.
"As of right now, I feel like I am going to play," the golf legend said at a press conference Tuesday.
Woods has said that he will likely make his return at Augusta National this week but is reserving the final decision for Wednesday.
"I don't show up to an event unless I think I can win it. There will be a day when it won't happen, and I'll know when that is," Woods said.
Tiger Woods has not competed professionally since suffering multiple compound leg fractures in a car accident last February.
"It was an awesome day. It was just awesome to be back out there playing and being out there with my son. And we just had an absolute blast," Woods said.
"Although it's been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the PNC Championship with my son Charlie," Woods tweeted.
"As far as playing at the tour level, I don't know when that's going to happen," the golf legend said during a Tuesday press conference.
Woods stated that at a certain point "it was damn near there if I was going to walk out of that hospital with one leg."
In 2019, Rachel Uchitel agreed to be interviewed about her relationship with the golf champion for the HBO Documentary "Tiger."
Security quickly escorted the thief, who also tried to get away with a dog-shaped head cover, off the course for nabbing the golf star's club.
The third major of the season gets underway at Torrey Pines on Thursday with Jon Rahm as the bookmakers' favorite.
"It's nice to have a faithful rehab partner," Tiger Woods wrote on Instagram, showing his first photo since the February 23 crash.
"Estimated speeds at the first area of impact were 84 to 87 miles per hour and the final estimated speed when the vehicle struck the tree was 75 miles per hour," Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said during a press conference on Wednesday.
Woods, who moved to a new hospital on Friday, said the golfing community was "truly helping me get through this tough time."
The 15-time major winner suffered a horrific car crash on Tuesday and his recovery timeline will depend on several factors.
In an interview with "Today," Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Deputy Carlos Gonzalez said that the golfer didn't seem aware of how bad his injuries were, immediately following his Tuesday crash.
Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson and Jack Nicklaus all wished the 15-time major winner a speedy recovery.
The 15-time major winner was involved in a single-vehicle crash 30 miles south of downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday.
From his early triumphs to his latest tragedy, Tiger Woods has become a household name. Here's a pictorial journey of his successes from budding superstar to a golfing legend—and tragedies in between.
CNN sports reporter Andy Scholes apologized on social media Tuesday after saying that he was "not entirely surprised" that golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash.
Tiger won his 82 PGA tournaments and 15 major championships through a span of four U.S. presidents. But Obama and Trump agreeing on something is pretty rare.
"He's had an incredible life and he's going to continue to have an incredible life.... He'll recover from this," Trump said. "He's gonna be back. I have no doubt about it. He's gonna be back."
Tiger recently had his fifth back surgery, had trouble standing for long periods of time last weekend and is getting into his upper 40s. But he's still Tiger Woods.
"The front end was totally destroyed, the bumpers, everything totally destroyed," Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said.
Wade shared an Instagram video and photo of himself on the links with Tiger Woods, before the golfer's Tuesday car accident.