Tiger WoodsMarch 16, 2017

Tiger Woods to appear at NYC book signing next week

NASSAU, BAHAMAS - DECEMBER 01: Tiger Woods waits to play the 12th hole during the first round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany course on December 1, 2016 in Nassau, Bahamas. (Photo by Stan Badz/PGA TOUR)
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NASSAU, BAHAMAS - DECEMBER 01: Tiger Woods waits to play the 12th hole during the first round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany course on December 1, 2016 in Nassau, Bahamas. (Photo by Stan Badz/PGA TOUR)

Tiger Woods' next golf tournament remains a mystery, but we know when he'll make his next public appearance. The 14-time major champ will be signing copies of his new book in New York City next week.

Woods will appear at Barnes & Noble's Union Square location on Monday (March 20) at 12:30 p.m to promote The 1997 Masters: My Story, which he wrote with Lorne Rubenstein. Here are the event's details from the store's website:

This event offers an extremely limited amount of wristbands and seats with purchase of The 1997 Masters: My Story. Mr. Woods will only be signing copies of his new book, no memorabilia please. Wristbands will be distributed with purchase of The 1997 Masters: My Story, as of 9am on the morning of the event at this location only.

But if you're looking for Woods to do a reading or field questions about the book timed for the 20th anniversary of Woods' landmark win at Augusta National, it's not happening. There are also these "special instructions":

Requests for signatures on memorabilia, book personalizing or photos with Mr. Woods will not be granted. This event will not include a reading, discussion or Q&A. Two book limit per person.

Woods hasn't played since withdrawing before the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic on Feb. 3 with back spasms. Woods sat out the entire 2015-2016 PGA Tour season after undergoing two back surgeries in the fall of 2015.

After WDing in Dubai following a first-round 77, Woods pulled out of the Genesis Open and the Honda Classic, and even skipped a scheduled press conference at Riviera because, according to his agent Mark Steinberg, a doctor advised him to "stay horizontal. For those looking for a positive sign in that recovery process, it appears Woods is at least feeling good enough to sit through this event.

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