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Woods withdraws from Final Round of The Players Championship

Posted on: May 10, 2010

TIger Woods on the golf cart, leaving 7th hole.

Tiger Woods withdrew during the final round of The Players Championship Sunday May 9 with an injury that he has suffered for a few weeks already. Woods was 2 over through 7 holes when he withdrew. After hitting his tee shot the right of the fairway on number 7, Woods called over an offical and everyone knew that something was wrong. After his second shot that was just short of the green, it was clear that he was in severe pain. Woods then walked back to the fairway where his pairing partner, Jason Bohn hit his second shot, Woods shook hands with Bohn and wished him luck for the rest of the round. Surrounded by a crowd of fans, Woods left on a golf cart with officlas and his caddy. Woods said that he has long been aware of the pain but he felt the need to finish the tournament but he could no longer stand the pain as he had accidentally pulled his neck again as he bent over. He fears that the pain might be a bulging disk, he plans to have an MRI next week.


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