Tiger Woods has officially entered the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills in June.
Woods ended his three-year absence from majors at the Masters last week, finishing tied for 32nd at Augusta.
The 14-time major champion on Thursday filed his entry for the second major of the year, which starts in Southampton, N.Y., on June 14.
The next major on @TigerWoods' schedule is the 118th #USOpen! We’re excited to have the three-time champion tee it up at Shinnecock Hills!
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Woods won the last of his three U.S. Open titles at Torrey Pines a decade ago.— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) April 12, 2018
Woods won the last of his three U.S. Open titles at Torrey Pines a decade ago.
The 42-year-old has shown plenty of promise on his latest return from back surgery, finishing in the top five twice before the Masters.
Woods revealed that he will take a short hiatus to let his body recover after making his major comeback in Georgia.