2012 Tavistock Cup: TV Schedule, Tee Times, Parings For Tuesday

ORLANDO, FL - MARCH 19: Tiger Woods of the USA and the Albany Team on the range during the first day of the 2012 Tavistock Cup at Lake Nona Country Club on March 19, 2012 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods is at the Tavistock Cup this week working out the achilles tendon that he hurt last time he was out on the course.

The Tavistock Cup is the rare midweek golf tournament, and this year it features some of the best players in the World. The format is a little bit different than most tournaments as the field is broken up into four teams, each representing a specific course around the Country. Television coverage starts at Noon on the Golf Channel.

Some have questioned why Woods would want to tee it up in this tournament and risk injuring his achilles further with the Masters just a few weeks away. The Tavistock doesn't really mean anything in terms of the PGA season and is basically just for bragging rights, so you have to imagine that the heel is feeling pretty good for Tiger to risk it like this. Tier is teamed up with Tim Clark, Ernie Els, Trevor Immelman, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose on team Albany.

For more on the Tavistock Cup you can check out the SB Nation Golf hub page, or our Golf blog Waggle Room.

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