We’ll see Tiger Woods again very soon! But it won’t be on the golf course, unfortunately. (That we know of, at least.)
Woods will be in New York City on Monday for a special signing of his new book, The 1997 Masters: My Story. You can read exclusive excerpts provided to Golfweek here.
The signing session will take place Monday at Barnes & Noble’s Union Square location in New York City at 12:30 p.m. ET. In order to get into the signing session, patrons will need to acquire a wristband, a limited quantity of which will be distributed for purchasers of the book at this Barnes & Nobles starting at 9 a.m. ET that day.
Woods will only be signing copies of the book, a 20-year anniversary reflection on his historic Masters win.
This will represent Woods’ first public appearance since the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in early February. The 41-year-old opened the tournament in 5-over 77 and would withdraw due to a lower back spasm prior to the second round.
Woods then bowed out of anticipated starts at the Genesis Open and Honda Classic.
He was supposed to take part in a news conference Genesis Open week, as he was serving as the event’s unofficial host. But Woods backed out of that as well, as according to the 41-year-old’s agent, Mark Steinberg, Woods was advised by doctors to “stay horizontal” in order to protect his health.
Woods’ timetable for a return to golf remains unclear.