Tiger Woods Reportedly Played Augusta National Saturday

With the 88th Masters approaching, it's becoming increasingly likely that Tiger Woods will make his eagerly anticipated comeback to Augusta National in the coming weeks.

According to golf writer Bob Harig, Woods was seen playing a round on Saturday at the famous Georgia golf course with club chairman Fred Ridley and Justin Thomas.

Tiger Woods has long expressed his love for the Masters, and the five-time champion may be preparing to tee it up on April 11 after withdrawing from last year's event due to a re-aggravated lower body issue.

"I've always loved this golf course, and I enjoy playing this event," Woods remarked at the time. "Obviously, I missed a few games due to injury, but I've always wanted to play here. "I've really enjoyed it." 

Tiger Woods will make his 26th appearance at the Masters, although he has only played one full round of competitive PGA golf this season.

 If Tiger were to participate in this year's Masters, it would be his 26th appearance at Augusta National Golf Club.

Prior to this, Woods had expressed his desire to compete in one tournament per month, provided that his body was capable of supporting such an endeavor.

On account of unforeseen circumstances, he was unable to participate in either the Arnold Palmer Invitational or the Players Championship in the month of March.

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