Tiger to skip hometown event; commits to The Players, Bay Hill
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Tiger Woods' upcoming schedule is set, and it won't include the event in his hometown.

Tiger committed to participating in The Players Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational, but said he'll skip the Honda Classic next week in Jupiter, Fla.

Woods' appearance at the Honda Classic, which takes place 30 minutes from his home, was put in jeopardy when he entered this week's WGC-Mexico Championship, as it was unlikely he would play five weeks in a row.

He finished 12th at the Honda Classic last season.

Tiger will be making his 19th appearance at Bay Hill for Palmer's event, which he's won eight times. The 43-year-old also owns two career victories at The Players Championship, which he's participated in 18 times.

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