Monday, March 22, 2010.
AUGUSTA -- Just one day after two television interviews in which Tiger Woods talked about he is preparing his game for the Masters, the world's number one golfer practiced at Augusta National.
News 12 has learned that Woods ate dinner at the course and plans to stay at the course and practice on Tuesday.
He left Augusta Tuesday afternoon from Augusta Regional airport.
Woods practiced at the course Monday, as he gets ready to return from a 144-day layoff from professional golf on April 8th. The Golf Channel first reported the story.
In a television interview with The Golf Channel, Woods said he is "starting to get my feel back. I know how to play the golf course and that helps a lot. I just got to play it."
Woods last won the Masters in 2005, his 4th time winning the season's first major.
Stay with News 12 Sports as we continue to follow this story and get you ready for Masters Week 2010.