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Tiger Woods fell just three spots in the world rankings on Sunday, to No. 49, but that means he’s officially eligible to play in the Chevron World Challenge in Decemeber. The top 50 in the world are eligible, and the two exemptions for the tournament must offer those spots to golfers ranked in the top-50. The deadline for the rankings was today. Woods likely will drop further in the rankings but the deadline used for the tournament has passed, so he can play. The tournament was awarded official world ranking points two years ago, making it a more lucrative event for the world’s top players.
It’s possible. Tiger Woods is ranked 46th in the world, but in order to receive an exemption into the Chevron World Challenge he hosts in December, he must remain ranked in the top 50 in the world. The ranking cutoff date is Monday. Will he make it?
Tiger Woods is ranked 38th in the world… and since he’s not playing in the FedEx Cup playoffs, it’s possible he won’t be able to invite himself to his own tournament, the Chevron World Challenge this December at Sherwood. Invites go to only top-50 in the world. Can you imagine Tiger having to host but not being able to play in own tourney. #itcouldhappen