I can't help but sense skepticism in Bob Harig's story on Tiger committing to Monday and Tuesday's homage to excess, the Tavistock Cup.
Unless he asks for a waiver, Woods would then be expected to play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational pro-am Wednesday, followed by the 72-hole tournament. That would mean playing golf for seven straight days.
Woods has won the Palmer event six times and it will be his last competition prior to the Masters, which begin April 5.
"I'm playing very well," he said on his website. "It's all starting to come together."
According to an exclusive TigerWoods.com report, Tiger is on tap to join Team Albany, having left Isleworth for Jupiter.
Woods will play for Team Albany in the ninth annual Tavistock Cup at Lake Nona Golf and Country Club in Orlando, Fla. He'll be joined by teammates Tim Clark, Ernie Els, Trevor Immelman, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose against Team Isleworth, Team Lake Nona and Team Queenwoods in the two-day competition, which is an officially sanctioned PGA Tour event.