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Tiger Woods Says 'I Want to Play (This Year); I Don't Know If I Will'

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Tiger Woods hasn't announced when he'll return to the PGA Tour, but on Sunday he cast doubt on any sort of return this year.

Woods, whose foundation hosts this week's Quicken Loans National, joined Jim Nantz and Nick Faldo in the CBS booth as the leaders hit the back nine on Sunday. Nantz eventually asked the 14-time major winner if there is a chance he won't play this year.

"I don't know; I want to play," Woods said. "Put it that way, I want to play — I don't know if I will. But I do want to, and I'm trying. Each and every day I'm doing my workouts, sometimes two or three times a day. I'm working my tail off."

Woods said that he's lost body fat but is still the same weight, also adding that he's faster. However, he says he still has work to do.

"I still need to get into golf shape, and that's just hitting ball after ball after ball after ball," he said.

Woods last played at the Wyndham Championship in August.

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