Tiger Woods is running out of places to play this season, and that may mean Woods makes a stop in Greensboro, N.C., to play in the Wyndham Championship.
The 14-time major championship isn't currently in the field for next week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and also isn't currently inside the top 125 in FedEx Cup points, leaving him on the outside looking in at the FedEx Cup playoffs. Barring a win this week, Woods isn't in at Firestone, a place he's won eight times. Barring strong finishes this week and in two weeks at the PGA Championship, Woods' season would otherwise end after the Wyndham Championship. Perhaps that's why Woods volunteered that he may play at Sedgefield Country Club in the final event before the playoffs.
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After shooting a Friday 5-under 66 that got him into contention at the Quicken Loans National, Woods acknowledged the possibility that he may play in the Wyndham Championship.
"Well, I'm playing the PGA in a couple weeks," Woods said after his round. "Hopefully I can play next week at Bridgestone if everything goes well this week, and then we'll see about Wyndham after that and hopefully I'll be in the playoffs."
Back in 2011, in a similar position, Woods was asked if he would consider playing the event. He declined. Woods has never played in the event as a pro.