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Tiger Woods to play even more overseas in 2006

Tiger Woods is the most global player among Americans, and his schedule next year might include the most overseas events of his career.
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Woods already has committed to the Dubai Desert Classic in early February, and said he will return to Japan to defend his title in the Dunlop Phoenix in the fall. He said he probably would return to Shanghai for the HSBC Champions event in November, and he is leaning toward playing the HSBC World Match Play Championship in England right before the Ryder Cup in Ireland.

"And don't forget the American Express," Woods said, noting that it will be played next year just north of London. Woods is the defending champion.

Throw in the British Open, and that could be six overseas tournaments. The most he has played in any year, including the British Open and American Express Championship, is five times in 1998, 1999 and 2002.

December 28, 2005

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