Tiger Woods’ potential sixth green jacket hanger may arrive in April.
Woods underwent another surgery on his back in December, putting his position in danger for the 2021 Masters tournament. Woods played in the 2020 Masters, which moved in November amid a coronavirus virus pandemic, finishing 38th.
While there is no timetable for Woods’ return, Woods told CBS’s Jim Nantz during a tournament hosted by the 2020 Genesis Invitational – Woods said he was waiting for another MRI result, but needed for his rehab “. Doing things “worldly”.
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After a fifth back surgery, Woods is recovering with a timetable to return, but the 15-time major winner is leaving the door open for a comeback this April.
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“God, I hope so,” Woods told Jim Nantz. “I have to go there first. A lot of it is based on my surgeon and my doctors and my physician, and making sure I do it correctly. ‘Cause this is the only back I got. I do not have a very frill room there. “
Woods would not commit to returning to the course before April, but said he has been able to rehab since surgery. Woods is waiting for the results of the MRI to see if the surgery has repaired the problem in his back, at which point he will be able to resume more golf activities.
Surgery is Woods’ fifth surgery on his back and 10th overall, combined with five surgeries on his left knee.
Woods has not appeared in a tournament since the Masters in November, a performance.