Tiger Woods Coming Back

David Wicks

Sep 24, 2014
Stratford Upon Avon
Tiger has not touched a golf club on the PGA Tour since he withdrew from the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational after aggravating a back problem.
He has since split with coach Sean Foley and, speaking on tv, said: "I haven't swung a golf club yet. I've only been shadow swinging without a club but I've been busting my butt in the gym pretty hard.
"I've got my strength back, which is nice. Now the next goal is to get my explosiveness – that’s the next phase of my training.
"But am I looking for a new coach? As of right now, no, I'm not.​
"I'm in no hurry to look for one. Right now I'm just trying to get physically better, stronger, faster, more explosive.”
And when is he likely to return to action, he added: "Would I like to play? There's no doubt, yes.
"I miss competing, I miss playing, I miss being out here with the guys, I miss all that, but I'm not physically ready for it yet."
Tiger Woods who had surgery on a pinched nerve in his back came back too early and it has resulted in a lasting problem, hopefully it won't be long before the legend retuns back to golf.
Tigers earnings to date is well over $1.3 Billion and his career wins are impressive. He moved a head of Jack Nicklaus and knocked him into second place on the PGA Tour's career list of official wins at 74. Nicklaus, however, is credited with two wins at the National Four-ball Championship, a better-ball competition at Laurel Valley in 1970 and 1971 with none other than Arnold Palmer as his partner.


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Deleted member 15344

Not the way he played in hi last game in my opinion Rickie is better than Rory.

Find a man with both feet firmly on the ground and you've found a man about to make a difficult putt.


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