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Tiger Woods has played a lot of memorable rounds at Augusta National over his long and storied professional golf career, and it sounds like he’ll have a chance to make more memories this week.

According to a report from Mark Schlabach of ESPN, Tiger Woods is set to compete in the Masters this week, marking his return to competitive golf after he withdrew from the Genesis Invitational due to an illness back in February.

“Barring a setback in the next four days, it seems likely that five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods will make his 26th appearance at Augusta National Golf Club this week,” Schlabach wrote for ESPN this week.

“Woods, 48, flew from Stuart, Florida to Augusta on Sunday and spent some time at the club’s practice area with his caddie, Lance Bennett. Woods and Bennett worked together at the Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club outside Los Angeles in February.”

This is obviously major news in the golf community and it led to a lot of reactions on social media as a result.

Woods also has a chance to make some history this year. If he makes the cut, he will set a record for making the cut at the Masters for a 24th consecutive time.