Tiger Woods commits to the Match Play, Honda Classic and Cadillac Championship

There is no real shock that Tiger Woods will be at next week's Accenture Match Play (besides the fact that Phil Mickelson will be skipping the WGC event once again), but it is nice to hear that Woods will be hitting up three events in a row on the PGA Tour.

Starting next week, expect to see as much of Tiger as you can stand (as long as he sticks around in the match play longer than he has lately) as he is expected to hit up the Accenture, then the Honda Classic and finally Doral.

Tiger has won the Match Play three times, with the last being in 2008, the only time he's triumphed since the event was moved to Arizona, and while he's never won the Honda Classic it was last year that really got him going with his final round 62, leaving him just behind champion Rory McIlroy.

Woods has won the Cadillac Championship six times in his career.

So there you have it. Tiger, golf, three weeks in a row. It's the 2013 PGA Tour season in full swing.

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