BMW Championship: Tiger Woods feels most improved than final week

MEDINAH, Ill. – There was no spirit of damage and nary a grimace. Many shots were strike with force, all chip shots and putts with touch. From a initial tee by a 18th immature in Wednesday’s BMW Championship pro-am during Medinah Country Club, Tiger Woods walked and played but restriction.

With a skies splendid and Woods on a contented side, it was a distant opposite atmosphere from last Friday when he woke adult to behind pain and was forced to withdraw from a Northern Trust in New Jersey with an ambiguous strain.

“It was good to take those days off, and we had to only let it ease down and get a garland of diagnosis on it, and it feels so most better,” Woods pronounced of his back. “I played 9 today, played a front nine, and played well, that was good to see, good to feel. Definitely doesn’t feel like it did on Friday, that’s for sure.”

Woods pronounced his latest damage was due to his swing, as he has done teenager tweaks and changes via a year to strengthen his back.

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“The army have got to go somewhere, and unfortunately when we make any kind of tweaks and changes to my swing, it’s like a new physique partial is aching,” Woods said. “I can’t play around a behind like we used to, and unfortunately things light up.”

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