Tiger Woods has no timetable on his return to professional golf after suffering another back injury back in September.
During a press conference at the Hero World Challenge which he owns, Woods addressed questions about his return to golf and said that even doctors don’t know when he’ll be back.
“I have no answer to that, and neither do my surgeon or physios,” Woods said. “There is no timetable.”
With most of Woods’ injuries, he’s more confident about his return but this specific injury is frustrating to him.
The thing that bothers Woods is that there’s nothing to keep him thinking forward.
“That’s the hardest part for me, is that there’s really nothing I can look forward to, or build towards,” he said. “It’s literally just taking it day-by-day, week-by-week, time-by-time.”
Woods’ career has consisted of 79 PGA Tour wins including 14 majors with his first being at the famed 1997 Masters. The last time he has won a tournament was back in 2013 when he won five times and received the Player of the Year award.
“I’ve passed Jack on the all-time win list,” Woods said. “I’m just shy of Sam. I passed Sam basically a decade ago in major championships. I’m still shy of Jack’s. I’ve had a pretty good career in my 20s and 30s. In my 20 years, I’ve accomplished a lot.
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Source: Devil Ball Golf
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