Tiger will 'miss running up DJ's bill' at Masters Champions Dinner
Tiger Woods confirmed he won't attend Tuesday night's Champions Dinner at Augusta National. However, he still has his sense of humor despite being stuck at home while recovering from his leg surgeries.
Woods' absence means he's unable to sample Dustin Johnson's menu that will feature filet mignon and sea bass for the main course and pigs in a blanket as one of the appetizers.
It's rare for Woods to miss the annual tradition at Augusta National. He attended the Champions Dinner when he could barely walk due to back injuries that forced him to sit out the Masters in 2016 and 2017.
The 15-time major winner has been at home since March 16 as he recovers from the injuries he suffered in a car accident. He spent three weeks in two different California hospitals before returning home.
There's no timeline for Tiger's potential return.
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