As it stated in “Whether my swing looks classic, rhythmical or it may look unorthodox, I don’t care.
— Especially for those who watched his stiff and ungainly gait and swings during an opening-round 77 at the Dubai Desert Classic, Tiger Woods’ subsequent withdrawal came as no real surprise.
It’s not the nerve pain that has kept him out for so long.
“The simplest thing is I just play away from pain,” Woods said.
His swing looks a lot slower than it used to.
As it stated in
Tiger Woods withdraws from Dubai Desert Classic
USA TODAY SportsTiger Woods acknowledges the crowd on his last hole during the first round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at Emirates Golf Club.
After Dubai, Woods has a week off before playing back-to-back weeks on both ends of the country, Los Angeles (Genesis Open) and Florida (Honda Classic).
After his opening round, Woods said: “I wasn’t in pain at all …
Woods’ manager, Mark Steinberg, said Woods had back spasms on Thursday night after dinner.
pic.twitter.com/9ppKEJcrbZ — The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) February 3, 2017The European Tour, without giving a reason, announced his withdrawal on Friday before Woods began his second round in Dubai.
As it stated in At the halfway stage of the first round, Woods had the second worst score among those who finished.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Missing fairways, missing greens and piling up the putts, Tiger Woods got off to a rough start at the Dubai Desert Classic.
“Well, I didn’t hit the ball very well,” said Woods, a two-time champion in Dubai.
“Hopefully, this wind blows tomorrow and I shoot a good round and get back to even par now.
I left every putt short,” Woods said.
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