Tiger Woods’ problems might be some-more critical than behind spasms …

Tiger WoodsAndy
Lyons/Getty Images

Tiger Woods announced on Friday that he would be skipping his subsequent dual scheduled
events on a PGA Tour
due to a same behind spasms that
forced him to repel after one turn during a Dubai Desert

Many fans wondered if Tiger’s problems were some-more critical than
only behind spasms during a time of his withdrawal. Apparently those
concerns extend to “most guys” on a PGA Tour.

Michael Collins, who served as a caddie on a PGA Tour and who
is now an ESPN analyst, was asked about a astringency of Tiger’s
damage and he pronounced many of a players on a Tour saw this
entrance since they knew something was wrong with him even before
he pronounced he had behind spasms.

“Steve Stricker pronounced when he saw [Tiger], he didn’t demeanour right,
something wasn’t right about Tiger Woods,” Collins pronounced on ESPN.
“Pat [Perez] had seen Tiger during Torrey [Pines] and pronounced ‘He’s not
right. Something is wrong with Tiger Woods. we don’t know because he
was drifting over to Dubai.'”

Collins went on to explain that those feelings extend to many of
a players on a Tour who had seen Woods play before heading
abroad to Dubai.

“All a guys that are examination him play on Tour, know that
something isn’t right with Tiger Woods,” Collins said. “The fact
now that he [withdrew in Dubai] and has motionless not to play in
Genesis [Open] or play during The Honda [Classic] is something that
many guys in golf were looking during and going ‘Yeah, we saw this

While Collins did not contend accurately what a damage competence be, the
apparent and evident regard is that Woods is once again having
problems with his back, a same haughtiness issues that caused him to
skip some-more than a year on a PGA Tour.

After a withdrawal in Dubai, Woods’ representative pronounced Woods did not
feel like a behind spasms were associated to his prior injuries.

“The fact that he feels that it is not a haughtiness pain,
that’s really enlivening for him,” Mark Steinberg said

It seems that many players on a Tour are not buying

Posted in
Tagged . Bookmark the permalink.
short link time2sports.com/?p=4909.