Tiger Woods is likely to skip the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship for the third time since the tournament was established in 1999, according to a report by ESPN's golf writer, Bob Harig.
"The year basically gets pretty congested starting at the British Open," Woods said Wednesday following his pro-am round in Dubia. "I take (the week of the Canadian Open) off but then it's Firestone (WGC-Bridgestone), then a week off, then all four playoff events, and then for the Americans there's a Ryder Cup or a Presidents Cup every year."And now with this new wraparound schedule (on the PGA Tour) going on, I think we're all trying to get our heads literally wrapped around it and trying to get a feel for it. It's very different."