The golfing world responds to the disheartening news about Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods will not be playing this weekend, disappointing many golf fans who were hoping to see him play again.
Monday afternoon, Woods revealed that he would not be competing in this week's Hero World Challenge because of plantar fascistic in his right foot.
"In my preparation and practicing for this week's Hero World Challenge, I've suffered plantar fascistic in my right foot," Woods stated in a statement.
On the advice of my doctors and trainers, I've decided to skip training this week so I can focus on hosting. Even now, I intend to take part in The Match and
the PNC Championship. Sepp Straka will replace five-time champion Tiger Woods in the Hero World Challenge competition.
Since the 2022 British Open, when he was eliminated in the second round, Tiger has not played in another competition. After recovering from leg injuries sustained in a
Following a car accident, he returned to competitive golf this year, competing in the Masters and PGA Championship. Twitter was flooded with golf fans lamenting the fact that
they wouldn't be able to witness Tiger Woods play this week, however they were relieved to learn that Woods still intends to play in The Match and PNC Championship.