Tiger Woods is set to be inducted into the golf Hall of Fame on Wednesday 9 March.
After confirming he is unlikely to ever play full-time golf again, Woods will still be chalked down as one of the greatest to ever play the sport.
Injuries sustained in a car accident last year has kept him out of the PGA tour, with no return date in the books.
With fifteen majors, Woods is one of the most successful golfers of all time – second only to Jack Nicklaus’ who earned eighteen majors.
The 46-year-old has, and will continue to, inspire past and present golfers with his illustrious career.
“He’s been an inspiration for so many of us,” said 2019 champion Rory Mcllroy. “We – all that are playing here [Players Championship] this week – have to thank Tiger for where the game is and where the Tour is.”
Woods’ long-awaited induction will take place at the PGA Tour headquarters in Florida.