Woods chooses not to enter Quail Hollow
By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer
Masters champion Tiger Woods is not ready to get back to work.
Woods did not enter the Wells Fargo Championship next week at Quail Hollow, meaning he likely will not play again until the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black on May 16-19. The only other tournament before the next major is the AT&T Byron Nelson on a links-style course in Dallas.
Woods has only played the week before a major when it was the PGA Championship, but that was when the PGA was in August and he played either the Buick Open or the Bridgestone Invitational.
In a GOLFTV interview Thursday, Woods said he hasn't started to put in the hours of hitting golf balls and getting his body ready, a process he said would probably start this weekend.
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