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Tiger Woods

38-Year-Old Golfer

2013-14 PGA Stats

Rank

200

Winnings

$86,919

Winnings/Entry

$28,973

Entries

3

Rounds

10

2013-14 Fantasy Golf Outlook

By any other measuring stick than the one we have for Tiger, 2013 was a great season. Five wins and over $8 million in earnings and yet there was still something missing -- a major. He'll get that elusive major in 2014, but as for matching the other numbers, that might prove more difficult. He's still the top pick in a draft format, but tough to pull the trigger on him in a salary cap format.

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STATUS:  Out    INJURY:  Back    EST. RETURN:  6/13/2014
HT: 6' 1"   WT: 185 lbs   Country: USA   Birthdate: 12/30/1975
Birth Location: Cypress,CA   College: Stanford   Debut: January 1, 1996  

April 24, 2014    Tiger Woods News Update

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Woods has resumed "light" chipping and putting and has not had any setbacks from his March 31 back surgery, agent Mark Steinberg told ESPN.com. "He's doing a little bit more and more each day," Steinberg told ESPN.com. "He's getting to the point of light chipping and putting and the doctors and trainers seem to be pleased with where he is. He is on schedule but we don't know what that schedule means. I don't know when he intends to be playing competitively. But I expect it to be this summer. I know that's a wide range, but as the weeks go by we'll be able to pinpoint an approximate time. It's still a little early for that. Nothing that has gone on from the day of the surgery until today gives me any pause to amend what I said then. I know that's broad and vague but we can't pinpoint a specific time until we're further along."

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Tiger Woods PGA Stats
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Season Entries Rounds Rank Winnings Winnings/Entry
2010 Season 12 45 42 $1,294,765 $107,897
2011 Season 8 22 132 $629,863 $78,733
2012 Season 19 67 3 $6,133,158 $322,798
2013 Season 16 60 2 $8,553,439 $534,590
2013-14 Season 3 10 200 $86,919 $28,973
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Tiger Woods Tournament Results
Date Tournament Score Position Winnings Strokes Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4
March 6, 2014 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship 5 25 $76,000 293 76 73 66 78
February 27, 2014 The Honda Classic $0 205 71 69 65
January 23, 2014 Farmers Insurance Open 80 $10,919 222 72 71 79
September 19, 2013 TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola 0 22 $145,600 280 73 71 69 67
September 12, 2013 BMW Championship -9 11 $176,000 275 66 72 66 71
August 30, 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship -4 65 $16,720 280 68 67 72 73
August 22, 2013 The Barclays -10 2 $528,000 274 67 69 69 69
August 8, 2013 PGA Championship 4 40 $28,000 284 71 70 73 70
August 1, 2013 World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitationa -15 1 $1,500,000 265 66 61 68 70
July 18, 2013 The Open Championship 2 6 $249,377 286 69 71 72 74
June 13, 2013 U.S. Open Championship 13 32 $47,246 293 73 70 76 74
May 30, 2013 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide In 8 65 $12,896 296 71 74 79 72
May 9, 2013 THE PLAYERS Championship -13 1 $1,710,000 275 67 67 71 70
April 11, 2013 The Masters -5 4 $352,000 283 70 73 70 70
March 21, 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard -13 1 $1,116,000 275 69 70 66 70
March 7, 2013 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship -19 1 $1,500,000 269 66 65 67 71
February 28, 2013 The Honda Classic 4 37 $27,600 284 70 70 70 74
February 20, 2013 World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Cham 33 $46,000
January 24, 2013 Farmers Insurance Open -14 1 $1,098,000 274 68 65 69 72
September 20, 2012 TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola -2 8 $248,000 278 66 73 67 72
September 6, 2012 BMW Championship -17 4 $352,000 271 65 67 71 68
August 31, 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship -18 3 $544,000 266 64 68 68 66
August 23, 2012 The Barclays 1 38 $32,000 285 68 69 72 76
August 9, 2012 PGA Championship -2 11 $143,286 286 69 71 74 72
August 2, 2012 World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitationa -4 8 $128,750 276 70 72 68 66
July 19, 2012 The Open Championship -3 3 $464,725 277 67 67 70 73
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July 5, 2012 The Greenbrier Classic $0 140 71 69
June 28, 2012 AT&T National -8 1 $1,170,000 276 72 68 67 69
June 14, 2012 U.S. Open Championship 7 21 $86,348 287 69 70 75 73
May 31, 2012 the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide In -9 1 $1,116,000 279 70 69 73 67
May 10, 2012 THE PLAYERS Championship -1 40 $37,050 287 74 68 72 73
May 3, 2012 Wells Fargo Championship $0 144 71 73
April 5, 2012 The Masters 5 40 $32,000 293 72 75 72 74
March 22, 2012 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard -13 1 $1,080,000 275 69 65 71 70
March 8, 2012 World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship $0 207 72 67 68
March 1, 2012 The Honda Classic -10 2 $501,600 270 71 68 69 62
February 22, 2012 World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Cham 17 $95,000
February 9, 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am -8 15 $102,400 278 68 68 67 75
October 6, 2011 Frys.com Open -7 30 $30,375 277 73 68 68 68
August 11, 2011 PGA Championship $0 150 77 73
August 4, 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 1 37 $58,500 281 68 71 72 70
May 12, 2011 THE PLAYERS Championship $0 0 0
April 7, 2011 The Masters -10 4 $330,667 278 71 66 74 67
March 24, 2011 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard -1 24 $48,600 287 73 68 74 72
March 10, 2011 WGC-Cadillac Championship -8 10 $129,000 280 70 74 70 66
February 23, 2011 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship 33 $45,000
January 27, 2011 Farmers Insurance Open -1 44 $18,096 287 69 69 74 75
September 9, 2010 BMW Championship -1 15 $116,250 283 73 72 68 70
September 3, 2010 Deutsche Bank Championship -10 11 $148,929 274 72 65 69 68
August 26, 2010 The Barclays -7 12 $157,500 277 65 73 72 67
August 12, 2010 PGA Championship -2 28 $46,700 286 71 70 72 73
August 5, 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 18 78 $35,875 298 74 72 75 77
July 15, 2010 The Open Championship -3 23 $64,512 285 67 73 73 72
July 1, 2010 AT&T National 4 46 $16,581 284 73 70 70 71
June 17, 2010 U.S. Open Championship 3 4 $303,119 287 74 72 66 75
June 3, 2010 the Memorial Tournament -6 19 $75,300 282 72 69 69 72
May 6, 2010 THE PLAYERS Championship $0 212 70 71 71
April 29, 2010 Quail Hollow Championship $0 153 74 79

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Woods will miss the Masters after undergoing back surgery earlier this week to repair a pinched nerve, ESPN.com reports.

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Woods, who is dealing with a lingering back injury, said Monday it is "too soon" to know whether he will be able to play the Masters in two weeks, ESPN.com reports.

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Woods' back issues are due to a bulging disk that will not require surgery, according to Golfweek magazine. However, Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, would not confirm the report, saying only that "[Woods] is resting and [we'll] evaluate in the coming days."

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Woods has withdrawn from the Arnold Palmer Invitational due to back spasms, according to his official Twitter account.

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Woods is in the field for the Arnold Palmer Invitational this week.

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Woods (back) shot a 6-over 78 on Sunday and finished in a tie for 25th in this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral.

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Woods, who withdrew from last week's Honda Classic due to back spasms, said he will play in this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral, ESPN.com reports.

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Woods is in the field for the WGC-Cadillac Championship this week.

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Woods' (back) status for this week's WGC-Cadillac Championship is "up in the air," according to his agent Mark Steinberg, ESPN.com reports.

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Woods withdrew from the Honda Classic on Sunday due to back pain, ESPN reports.

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Woods withdrew from the Honda Classic in the fourth round Sunday with an undisclosed injury.

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Woods hinted he may play an additional tournament on the PGA Tour before the Masters, Golfweek reports. "Still looking into that, yeah," Woods said. "Still looking into possibly making some changes going in there."

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Woods is in the field for The Honda Classic this week.

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Woods will play in the Honda Classic, WGC-Cadillac Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational, but will skip the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship, he announced on his official web site.

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Woods failed to make the secondary cut for the first time in his career Saturday, shooting a 7-over 79 at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2013-14

By any other measuring stick than the one we have for Tiger, 2013 was a great season. Five wins and over $8 million in earnings and yet there was still something missing -- a major. He'll get that elusive major in 2014, but as for matching the other numbers, that might prove more difficult. He's still the top pick in a draft format, but tough to pull the trigger on him in a salary cap format.

2013

It's been awhile since Tiger finished near the top of the money list, but after a very nice year that saw him pick up three more wins, he's back where he belongs. Where does he go from here, though? Does the ascent continue? Does he stall? Does he fall back? The easy answer is that he'll pick up another few wins this year, but that he won't improve on last year's results. That, however, isn't how Tiger operates. Yes, he did have his struggles last year and, no, he's not 2001-Tiger, but he's been in the mix at the majors and it's only a matter of time before he gets another one. His next major win should come in 2013, and it's not out of the question that he can improve upon his 2012 earnings. That said, he's a very risky pick in salary cap leagues as his upside is limited when looking at his cost for this season. In draft leagues, he should go right behind McIlroy.

2012

It took him until December, but Woods finally won again. It looks like he's ready to compete once again, too. Woods' first win since the meltdown took longer than expected, but like the previous two times that he changed his swing, he could come back with ferocity. Woods should again find his way back into the Top-30 after falling out of the Top 125 last season and be a factor during a couple majors this season.

2011

There's little left to be said about the personal drama that surrounded Woods throughout the 2010 season, so it's best to look ahead. Fact is, there is no justification for passing on Woods in a salary cap league. The risk of doing so is far too high as everyone else in your league will have him on their rosters. As for his prospects in 2011. Don't expect talk of a grand slam this season, but Tiger should find a bit of his old form this season and win a major and a handful of other events. Other than due to his personal life, which seems to be settling down, why would he not perform at or near his previous level? It was well documented that Woods struggled with accuracy off the tee last year, but that was nothing new. That part of his game has always been an issue. What's not an issue is his performance in the other three core measures where he consistently ranks among the best on the PGA TOUR.

2010

The yearly dilemma concerning Tiger Woods is not a problem this season. The dilemma entering each season is usually this: can Tiger possibly improve on his numbers from the previous year? Considering he earned more than $10 million last season, that conversation is not necessary. Could he earn more this season? Sure, but not enough to make him a worthy selection in a salary cap league. In standard draft leagues, Woods is still clearly the No. 1 pick considering he is showing no signs of slowing down. There's an excellent chance Woods will break his major championship "drought" this season since he almost certainly will at some point, and he should have no trouble approaching the 10-win mark if he stays healthy. As of the end of 2009 Woods remains #1 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

2009

Tiger Woods will have his biggest impact on fantasy golf this season. The reason is no one knows when he's coming back.If he comes back in March, he's an absolute steal at $5.7 million and the No. 1 pick in draft leagues. If he comes back for the Masters, he's still a good pick in a salary cap league, but probably not the top pick in a draft. If he comes back after the Masters, he's a poor salary cap selection, and a late first-round, early second-round pick. Remember that it's not only when he comes back, but how he comes back. Rust could be a factor, and a slow start could make it difficult to earn more than $6 million this season.

2008

In any type of league other than a salary cap league, there is no better pick in all of fantasy sports than Tiger Woods. He's guaranteed to be at or near the top of the money list each and every year. The only things that have slowed him down to this points are swing changes and life altering events. Unless you think one of those two are going to happen in 2008, he's the top pick. For those in salary cap leagues, it's not quite as simple as that. The main factor in a salary cap league is earnings improvement. In this case, there's just not much room to improve. Unless he wins nearly every event he plays in, it will be hard to significantly improve upon his 2007 earnings. Woods had left knee arthroscopic surgery in mid-April and is expected to be out of action for six to eight weeks. On June 18, three days after winning the U. S. Open, Woods shut down for the balance of the 2008 season to undergo ACL surgery (Anterior cruciate ligament) as well as corrective action to resolve stress fractures in the left tibia. The tibia runs from the knee to the ankle. Woods had the above mentioned surgery on June 24. There's no change in expected date of return, April 2009.

2007

The only question remaining with Woods is how high is the ceiling? For one reason or another he seems to top out at around $10 million in earnings and two to three majors. Is that really the ceiling, though? Last season could have been different if his father hadn't passed away, but remember he had already failed to win the Masters. There's no question that Woods strives to win the Grand Slam each year. To this point, however, something always gets it the way. As for 2007, it would only make sense that he puts up similar numbers to 2006 considering he should be around the entire season. Anything better than what he accomplished last year might be too much to expect, though. Still a no-brainer No. 1 pick in conventional drafts.

2006

Tiger Woods did about all he could in 2005. The only thing left to accomplish is the Grand Slam. Even if he were to complete the Grand Slam, he likely couldn't earn much more than the $10.6 million he earned last year. Woods will be a difficult selection in most salary cap leagues. For example, if in leagues with a $12 million cap, drafting Woods leaves little room for anyone else. Ask yourself, "Will Tiger do better in 2006 than he did in 2005?" He could, but "much better" is doubtful, and when selecting your team, you should look for players who can do much better this season. In a regular draft setting, Woods is the easy number one pick.

2004

Woods is still #1 on all draft lists despite his major-less 2003 season. Woods won the Player of the Year title last season while having an "off" year. Woods won five times and had 12 Top Ten finishes, however he only managed to reach the Top Ten once in the Majors. That might be the most incredible stat from his 2003 season. The fact that he won 5 times, won the Player of the Year, and did not play well in the Majors makes one think he will improve upon his 2003 numbers. Woods should play well in the Majors and get his customary five to seven wins. If he can do that, he will earn more money than last year and reclaim the money title.