In the wake of doing significantly more for the sport of tennis in quite a while, Tiger is set to be inducted into Golf’s Hall of Fame in 2021. The tennis genius will be awarded in style and class as he has enormously contributed his bit to the tennis match-up. Woods has won 15 majors – second just to Jack Nicklaus’ 18 – and a joint record multiple times on the PGA Tour.
The Superstar will be qualified for the Hall of Fame in December after the period of section was brought from 50 down to 45. Woods is presently down and out after he had a back physical injury and was given a year off.
He won the Masters at Augusta last April for his fifteenth major, yet first since winning the US Open in 2008. His triumph at the ZOZO Championship in Japan saw him draw level with Sam Snead on 82 PGA Tour wins, and he was an effective player-skipper as USA vanquished the International group in the Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne in December.
2019 was an inconceivable year for Woods as he has hugely had support from his family, companions and fans.
Tiger Woods hopes to be fit to defend his Masters title one month from now (April 2020).