• Tiger Woods could set a record-breaking 83rd PGA Tour Win
  • Woods could further his legacy if he decides to compete in other events
  • Woods is highly expected to participate in unbeliavable list of events this year

Tiger Woods is expected to break records despite having a stacked schedule this year.

On Jan. 23, Woods will bid for a record-breaking 83rd PGA Tour win at the Farmers Insurance Open. The Farmers Insurance Open this year will be played at Torrey Pines, where Woods has won eight times, including the 2008 US Open.

It will be remembered that Woods has tied with Sam Snead's 1965 mark of 82 at the Zozo Championship in Japan in October. And after two weeks, the 44-year-old is bound to break the record by securing another PGA tour victory for the 83rd time.

Woods will be teamed-up with a strong field including Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele, BBC reported.

Ever since he equalled Snead's record, Woods has managed to compete in two unofficial events in December: the 18-man Hero World Challenge, where he finished fourth, and the Presidents Cup, where he victoriously led the U.S. side posting a 3-0 record as a playing captain.

Aside from the Farmers Insurance Open, the reigning Masters champion will also be hosting the Genesis Invitational on Feb. 13 to 16 at Riviera near Los Angeles.

On top of the two notable competitions, Woods is also set to make his 85th major start in April at Augusta National. The 15-time major champion will try and capture his sixth Masters green jacket to match the career record currently held by Jack Nicklaus, who also boasts an all-time major win mark of 18, Yahoo Sports reported.

After more than a decade, Tiger Woods roared again at Augusta
After more than a decade, Tiger Woods roared again at Augusta GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Kevin C. Cox

2020 is an unbelievably busy year for the legendary golfer. According to Golf Channel, Woods is likely to compete in an array of challenges this year. The list includes the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational from July 2-5. This could put Woods to test as his schedule over the following month will reportedly be heavy. Also, he is playing in the J.P. McManus Pro-Am in Ireland the following Monday and Tuesday (July 6-7) which means he had to fly from Memphis Sunday night to Ireland early Monday morning.

Prior to the said event, Woods is highly expected to defend his Masters Tournament supremacy in April. The five-time champ is set to return and looks to collect his 16th victory.

The Arnold Palmer Invitational happening in March is something Woods is expected to consider. He did not play in the said event last year because of a neck strain. However, reports claim that Woods has no reason to miss out this year and further his current eight victories.