Tiger Woods is ready to hit the clubs again — the golf clubs, that is.
The athlete, embattled by reports of more than a dozen mistresses and a short stint in sex rehab, plans his big golf comeback with the Tavistock Cup next month, TMZ.com reported Sunday.
Woods, 34, will play the tourney at the Isleworth Golf & Country Club on March 22 and 23, according to TMZ.com. The club is in Windermere, Fla., near Woods’ mansion and the site of the November car crash that set off a salacious chain of events branding the golf great as an addicted adulterer.
Woods will then prepare for the Masters in Augusta, Ga., in April, according to TMZ.com. He is listed as a 2010 invitee.
Elin Nordegren, Tiger’s 30-year-old wife and the mother of his two young children, escorted him home from sex rehab in Mississippi on Friday, RadarOnline.com reported. TMZ.com said cleaning crews were spotting prepping the couple’s Florida home for their return.
An earlier report by The Herald Sun of Australia said Woods would hit the greens even sooner, saying he was expected at the Accenture tourney in Marana, Ariz., in late February.
A call for comment to Woods’ agent was not returned Sunday.