Tiger Woods to play Tavistock Cup
Tiger Woods will again be part of the Tavistock Cup, which has added two teams to the annual competition played in Orlando.
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This year's two-day tournament will be played at Ilesworth, where Woods used to live, March 25-26, following the Arnold Palmer Invitational at nearby Bay Hill. It will be the last event Woods plays prior to the Masters.
For the second year, Woods will represent Team Albany and he will be joined by Ian Poulter, Tim Clark and Justin Rose. The event is comprised of six four-man teams. Masters champion Bubba Watson will play for Team Isleworth.
The format was not announced, but last year when there were six members per team, the top three scores counted on Day 1, with all six used for Day 2. Only invited guests are admitted to the tournament.
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