It’s been an unlucky week for Tiger Woods’ ongoing return. The former No. 1 fired a first-round 77 during a Omega Dubai Desert Classic and withdrew from second-round play due to behind spasms, developments so forbidding that Vegas expelled odds per Woods’ probable retirement. Also adding to a sorrow: Butch Harmon. In an interview with Sky Sports, Tiger’s former manager sounded doubtful on a 14-time vital winner’s prospects.
“I’d like to contend yes, though it doesn’t seem expected during a moment,” Harmon said to Sky Sports, per Woods’ chances to recover his heyday form. “Tiger is 41 years old, he’s had 3 behind surgeries and 4 knee surgeries, and a immature kids on Tour right now are personification improved and better.”
According to Harmon, a biggest idea for Woods should be health, and judging by a slower pitch speed, he’s distant from 100 percent.
“Are we ever going to see him personification during a heights he did behind in a early 2000s? Probably not, though a categorical thing he has to do right now is somehow get himself healthy,” Harmon said. “He’s been off for roughly a year and a half, and now he’s come behind though he still can’t finish a tournament. To me, that’s not a good sign.”
Not that Harmon — who was with Woods for 8 vital titles — isn’t pulling for Tiger. But Harmon appears to be usurpation reality.
“We all wish to see him personification good again, though right now I’m endangered that someone we have dignified for so long, and who we trust is a best actor who ever lived, competence not be means to play during any kind of turn again,” he remarked.
After an off week, Woods is scheduled to seem during a Genesis Open and Honda Classic.