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What a week this portends to be at Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles. Tiger Woods returns to action, and he’s joined by Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson. And they’ll play one of the handful of best non-major courses on the PGA Tour.
Oh, and we get to watch for four straight days over a variety of mediums. I might be more fired up for this tournament than any other non-major (and, gasp, maybe even one of the majors) in 2018.
Tiger Woods continues his PGA Tour comeback in the 2018 Genesis Open at the Riviera Country Club on Feb. 15-18.
The Geneis Open is a full-field PGA Tour event, with a cut after 36 holes. Dustin Johnson ran away with the 2017 Genesis Open, winning by five strokes at 17-under. Tiger has committed to the 2018 Genesis Open,
It has been three weeks since Woods made his official return to the PGA Tour at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, where he made the cut on the number and then enjoyed a solid weekend to finish in a tie for 23rd. Ahead of Woods’ California comeback, live on Sky Sports, we’ve delved into the archives to remember his maiden appearance and look back at a rare interview with the future global superstar. Jordan Spieth will be looking to re-find his putting touch – he’s now 193 on the strokes gained putting stats on the PGA Tour. But who are the sleepers to watch at the Genesis Open?
But he’s using the event as a litmus test to determine whether he’ll play next week’s Honda Classic which, along with the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, is slated to be his pre-Masters schedule. He’s coming off a missed cut at Pebble Beach, where putting plagued him during the second round. “I am trying to get through that process to get to that point”. Dustin Johnson: Not only is he the defending champion, he’s also finished in the top-4 the last four seasons. “This is still all new to me and I just want to be real smart about it”.