It seems like Tiger Woods is much closer to retiring than a lot of people might think
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Your browser does not support iframes. Tiger Woods may be on the shelf in terms of competitive golf, but the 14-time major champion is a busy man when it comes to his budding and burgeoning TGR Design golf-course architecture company. Show More Summary
The American 14-time major tournament winner will be out the game for six months.
Everyone needs to stop dismissively saying that Tiger Woods should retire. That is not anyone’s call but his.
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Golfers rarely fully retire and make an announcement saying they’re done. A bad back and a demanding golf world may not allow Tiger Woods that luxury. There aren’t teary-eyed retirement press conferences in golf. It’s rare to just completely stop playing any competitive events. Show More Summary
AS REPORTED THURSDAY ON TIGERWOODS.COM, Tiger Woods has undergone his fourth back surgery. Tiger Woods (Allison) "The surgery went well, and I'm optimistic this will relieve my back spasms and pain," Woods said. "When healed, I lookShow More Summary
The timeline is ugly. Tiger is back on the disabled list after undergoing his fourth back surgery in just over three years — and that’s just the latest in a seemingly unending series of injuries to dog the aging superstar. Tiger Woods,...Show More Summary
After a promising look at a couple (er, one) good shots at Big Cedar Lodge, it was expected that Tiger was on his way back into practice and potentially into competition later this season. News yesterday, however, dismissed this theory...Show More Summary
This latest operation that Woods underwent typically prohibits its recipients from returning to full activity for roughly six months, according to Dr.
With typical recovery time from single-level fusion surgery said to be six months, Woods will go another year without playing in a major.
One day after saying his back was progressing, Tiger Woods had a fourth back surgery to alleviate pain and will go through another year without playing a major. The surgery was Wednesday at the Texas Back Institute. Woods was in Missouri on Tuesday to announce plans to design a public golf course...
The Tiger Woods comeback season lasted all of four months. In December, Woods announced that he was once again healthy enough to play golf and even played in a PGA event. Two months later, he had to withdraw from a tournament due to back spasms. Today, Woods announced that he just had back surgery and will not be… Read more...
April 20 (Reuters) - Former world number one Tiger Woods said on Thursday he has undergone further surgery to help alleviate pain in his back and leg and could be away from competitive golf for another six months.
Golf fans can put their sirens away. Less than a week after one of Tiger Woods’s friends put golf fans on high alert, noting that the 14-time majors champion was eyeing a return to the U.S. Open, news broke that Woods underwent yet another surgery on his back. He is expected to be out at least […]
It's his fourth back surgery in four years.
That is four back surgeries in 40 months for Big Cat, which is less than ideal
Tiger Woods undergoes back surgery to treat ongoing pain in his back and leg which has kept him out since February.