Tiger Woods Likely To Move Up In Rankings After Hero World Challenge

PEBBLE BEACH, CA - JUNE 18: Tiger Woods clinches his fist after winning the US Open at Pebble Beach, California 18 June 2000. Woods won with a score 12-under-par. (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO MIKE FIALA (Photo credit should read MIKE FIALA/AFP/Getty Images)

The time has almost come. Tiger Woods, after being away from the sport for nine months, is finally set to return for the Hero World Challenge.

The Hero World Challenge, hosted by Woods in Albany, Bahamas, will include some of the best players in the world, such as Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, and Justin Thomas. The 41-year-old will have some stiff competition, but he shouldn’t worry too much about the outcome.

No matter how Tiger Woods does, he will move up in the rankings. He currently sits at 1,199th in the Official World Golf Rankings, but according to @VC606 on Twitter, that number will likely be changing very soon.

As you can see in the chart below, finishing in dead last will result in Woods climbing the rankings 250 places. If he finishes first, as unlikely as it is, Woods will climb over 1,000 places!

Here is hoping that Tiger Woods impresses this weekend (November 30th – December 3rd) at the Hero World Challenge. We’re all rooting for you!


Written by BP Staff

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