Golf world reacts to surprising Tiger Woods decision

Tiger Woods revealed on Tuesday that he hopes to withdraw from the 2022 US Open but still plans to compete in the British Open.

The choice comes amid reports that some PGA players will travel to play for the Saudi Arabia-backed LIV International Golf Series, though it doesn't sound like Woods will be involved.

"I learned recently at the USGA that I wouldn't struggle with this mentality because my body needed an extra chance to be more grounded for a big golf title," Woods wrote on Tuesday.

 "I'm really confident and can't wait to play in Ireland in a month's time at @JPProAm and @TheOpen. Can't wait to be back there soon!"

Tiger Woods revealed on Tuesday that he hopes to withdraw from the 2022 US Open but still plans to compete in the British Open.

The choice comes amid reports that some PGA players will travel to play for the Saudi Arabia-backed LIV International Golf Series, although that doesn't suggest Woods will be involved

Woods was playing in the first two majors, the Masters and the PGA Championship at the time, although he had to withdraw from the latter option due to impending injuries.

Response to golf around the world has been positive, allowing Woods to build margins so he can be healthy for future competitions.

Woods has said in recent meetings that he has no intention of competing in the LIV Golf Series, no matter how much money they offer him.

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