Busy Tiger Woods to skip Honda Classic, returns for Bay Hill and Players
Former world No.1 Tiger Woods confirmed on Thursday that he will play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Players Championship in March after skipping next week's Honda Classic.
"Unfortunately, due to the schedule this year, I cannot play all the events I want to," Woods, who is currently competing in WGC-Mexico Championship, his third PGA Tour event of the season, wrote on Twitter
Screenshot from Tiger Woods' Twitter

Screenshot from Tiger Woods' Twitter

He will be chasing a PGA Tour record ninth Arnold Palmer Invitational title and then look for a third triumph at the PGA Tour's flagship Players Championship event, which is widely regarded as the unofficial fifth major.
With his eyes firmly on the first major of the year, the Masters at Augusta National in April, the 43-year-old Woods said he needed to find the right balance of competitive rounds and rest.
Woods still hasn't confirmed whether he will play in the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook in Florida, the week after the Players Championship.
He made his debut there last year after his comeback season from spinal fusion surgery and nearly won, but this year he will be qualified for the WGC-Match Play the following week and could opt to play there instead rather than pile up multiple weeks.
"It gets very complicated," Woods said Wednesday when speaking of his Florida options.
(With input from AFP and Reuters)