25 holes after his return after 10 months

Woods withdrew after playing a tee shot on the seventh hole after finishing the sixth hole during the second round of the tournament at Riviera Country Club (par 71) in Palisades, California on the 17th (Korea time). As a result, he withdrew due to an ankle injury during the third round of the Masters in April last year, but failed to complete the tour’s return match after about 10 months as he finished the game early.

Fortunately, it was not a serious injury, and the PGA Tour said Woods withdrew due to cold soreness.

Woods had five birdies in the first round on Monday, but made six bogeys, recording 1-over-par 72. He made a mistake when playing shank with his second shot at Hole 18, but his performance was not bad considering that he returned to the tour in 10 months. In an interview after the game, he said his ankle and leg conditions are okay.

He suddenly withdrew during the game, raising concerns about a recurrence of injuries, but he was relieved that he was known to have a cold.

In an interview with Rob McNamara, Woods’ friend and business partner, the PGA Tour officially announced that Woods had given up the tournament due to cold symptoms. “Woods had a slight fever, but he was fine before the tournament. However, his symptoms have worsened to the point where he felt dizzy over and over again,” McNamara said.

Woods, who failed to complete the tournament and withdrew, is expected to come to the stadium until the last day to participate in the tournament’s operation.


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