Ahead of the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews, Tiger Woods has announced that he won’t be competing in the US Open next week.

Woods, 46, tweeted that he wouldn’t compete in the US Open because his body needed more time to strengthen.

The LIV Golf Invitational Series, on the other hand, will be represented at the tournament.

Brookline, Massachusetts, will play host to the US Open beginning on June 16th.

Woods concluded by saying, “My goal is to be fit for the JP McManus Pro-Am and The Open in Ireland next month.

” I’m eagerly anticipating my return to the field. “

The veteran American returned to the Masters 14 months after a tragic automobile tragedy.

Given his injuries, it didn’t seem feasible that Woods would ever play at the highest level again.

Last month, in the US PGA Championship. He had a nine-over 79, which tied him for last place with a score of 12 over par.

For the first time since becoming a professional in 1996.

He had five straight bogeys in a major.

The first tournament of the Greg Norman-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series takes place in Hertfordshire and begins on Thursday.

Philip Mickelson was also on the list on Monday.

Woods was offered a “mind-bogglingly large” amount to feature in the series, according to Norman of the Washington Post.

The USGA has concluded that players that participate in the LIV Golf Invitational are eligible to compete in the US Open.

The PGA Tour’s threat of fines and bans against players who participate in the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series has raised doubts about the matter.

USGA in charge of big events like the US Open

The USGA, not the PGA Tour, is in charge of running big events like the US Open.

Because of this, they claim that it is not acceptable nor fair for those.

Who has earned a slot to modify the standards that were in place when submissions opened earlier this year.

This week’s LIV tournament in London may be of interest to certain participants.

We simply posed this issue to ourselves should a player who has qualified for the 2022 US Open participate in the tournament?

Is he expelled from the field because of his choice to compete in another tournament?

As a result, we determined that they couldn’t.

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