Tiger Woods’ potential sixth inexperienced jacket could possibly be on the hanger come April.
Woods underwent one other surgery on his back in December, leaving his standing for the 2021 Masters Tournament in jeopardy. Woods performed in the 2020 Masters, which was moved to November amid the coronavirus pandemic, ending tied for thirty eighth.
While there’s no timetable for a Woods return, Woods informed CBS’ Jim Nantz throughout the 2020 Genesis Invitational — a match hosted by Woods — that he is awaiting one other MRI outcome, however is doing the “mundane” issues required for his rehab.
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Coming off a fifth back surgery, Woods is recovering with no timetable to return to a course, however the 15-time main winner appears to be leaving the door open for a return to Augusta this April.
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“God, I hope so,” Woods informed Jim Nantz. “I gotta get there first. A lot of it’s based on my surgeons and my doctors and my therapists, and making sure that I do it correctly. ‘Cause this is the only back I got. I don’t have much more wiggle room there.”
Woods would not decide to returning to the course earlier than April, however added that he is been in a position to rehab since the surgery. Woods is awaiting the outcomes of an MRI to see whether or not the surgery has repaired the situation in his back, at which level he’ll have the ability to resume extra golf actions.
The surgery is the fifth on Woods’ back and the tenth surgery total, pairing with 5 surgical procedures he is undergone on his left knee.
Woods hasn’t appeared in a match since the Masters in November, which was a efficiency to overlook.