Tiger Woods played a practice round at Augusta National on Tuesday, fueling speculation that he could make a return to the Masters, which he has won four previous times.
Woods hasn't played since he withdrew at Torrey Pines on Feb. 5 after 11 holes because of a tight back. He never gave an indication when he would return to competitive golf.
Woods played 18 holes on Tuesday, according to his agent, Mark Steinberg of Excel Sports Management.
The Masters will be played April 9-12. Tiger could announce his intentions this week, according to the Associated Press, but unlike regular PGA Tour events, golfers invited to the Masters only have to register before they tee off, so Woods still has time to think about it.