Woods skipping API with neck strain

Woods skipping API with neck strain

Woods skipping API with neck strain

Former world No. 1 Tiger Woods withdrew from this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational on Monday, March 4 after failing to shake off a neck strain. "My lower back is fine, and I have no long-term concerns". "Its connection to Arnold makes it one of my favorite tournaments and I'm disappointed to miss it", Woods said in a follow-up tweet.

Tiger Woods last played in the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship on February 24 in Mexico City.

Now Stricker can focus on the job of winning back the Ryder Cup next year at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin, and those duties begin this week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

He hopes to return to action at the Players Championship at Sawgrass, Florida, on 14 March.

He scored his first victory in five years in September 2018 when he finished the Atlanta tournament with a two-stroke win over Billy Horschel.

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Woods, 43, is coming off a bounce-back season after years of health problems that included spinal fusion surgery.

Champ, Long and Trainer are among the 122 players at Bay Hill Club & Lodge gearing up to play one of the biggest tournaments of the season even as they process the Palmer legacy. It has seen some name changes over the years, but the most current sponsor MasterCard has been on board since 2004.

All four rounds will be shown live via Sky Sports' dedicated Players channel, with extra streams and a host of Players-related programming available throughout the week. Any injury to the 80-time PGA Tour victor is sure to cause concern as his return has been a major boost to television ratings and media interest.

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