Fans will be in attendance at a PGA Tour event for the first time since the coronavirus shutdown at the Houston Open, just a week before the Masters takes place in November, but Tiger Woods is yet to decide whether or not he will play in Texas.
The PGA Tour has been without fans since the first round of the Players Championship, but at Memorial Park there will be 2000 fans per day for the Houston Open.
Woods spoke to the media after a disappointing defence of his ZOZO Championship title at Sherwood Country Club, where he finished fourth from last and the 15-time major champion revealed he is yet to decide on whether or not he will participate in the event just one week before the Masters, but his decision will be made sooner rather than later.
"Probably the next couple of days, I'll make the decision soon. I'm not going to wait around on that decision and commit either way, one way or the other.
"We were talking this morning about our progression and our training sessions and we'll be in the gym on Monday afternoon and get back after it that way, but I'll make a decision quickly on whether or not I'm going to play Houston or not."
Woods was looking to break the PGA Tour win record last week, which he currently shares with Sam Snead with 82 wins, but the 44-year-old struggled from the off at Sherwood Country Club, a course where he has won five times in his career.
"I played the par fives awful," he added. "This is one of the golf courses you have to take advantage of all the par-fives. They're all reachable and I did not do that well this week.
"I did not drive the ball and didn't hit my irons close enough consistently. The only thing I can take out of this week that I did positively I feel like each and every day and pretty much every hole is I putted well. I feel like I rolled it great.
"Unfortunately, most of them were for pars and a couple for bogeys here and there, but not enough for birdies."