Woods Ready for WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play After Six-Year Hiatus
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek
AUSTIN, Texas – The eyes of Tiger were upon Austin Country Club the last two days as Woods readied himself to play in Texas for the first time in 14 years.
Woods saw the home of the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play for the first time Monday when he played the front nine. Tuesday, he took in the back nine with Bryson DeChambeau, intently studying the course each day.
“Well, it’s not flat, I’ll tell you that,” Woods laughed. “It’s got quite a bit of movement to it. And it’s a great match-play course. I can see why the guys like it.
“You’ll see some high numbers here, and you’ll see a lot of birdies. That’s exactly what a good match play course does. It’s an interesting golf course.
“There’s going to be a lot of interesting lies and shapes. It’s a good walk.”…