Woods' camp unhappy with Chevron date

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(AP) — No one in the Tiger Woods' camp is particularly happy about the dates of his charity event. The Chevron World Challenge ended four days before Christmas, and it followed tournaments in South Africa and Australia that kept away top-ranked players.

While it was an elite field, it featured only two of the top 10 in the world ranking.

"The first week in December would be great," Woods said. "The date after the Skins Games would be the ideal date."

That would make sense on the calendar - the Skins Game over Thanksgiving weekend, another California event, then head east to Florida for the Father-Son Challenge and the Merrill Lynch Shootout hosted by Greg Norman.

For now, there appears to be too many moving parts.

"We've still got to work things out, see what kind of TV contracts they have," Woods said. "We'll see what happens."

PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem would only say he is looking into it.

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