Captain's assistant Tiger Woods of the U.S. Team attends a press conference during practice rounds prior to the Presidents Cup at Liberty National Golf Club on September 27, 2017 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Elsa/Getty Images/AFP
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Justin Rose said Tiger Woods is looking fit, healthy and motivated ahead of his highly anticipated comeback at an exclusive charity tournament next week.The pair will play together at the invitational Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas -- Woods' first tournament since February, after undergoing back surgery.Woods' return from his latest injury is sure to draw intense scrutiny, but Rose said the Bahamas competition will provide the "perfect" opportunity for his return.The Hero World Challenge -- an invitational event to benefit Woods' charity foundation -- will take place from next Thursday in Albany, close to Rose's home in the Bahamas.Woods last won a major in 2008, and has battled personal demons.
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