Tiger Woods has knee surgery again — possibly out of TPC

mulligan, 15 April 2008, Comments Off on Tiger Woods has knee surgery again — possibly out of TPC
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It’s the same left knee that Tiger Woods has arthroscopic surgery on before in 2002. You know it must have been bothering him if he would do this in the middle of the season. He’s going to be out for about 1 month — meaning he will likely miss the Byron Nelson, Wachovia, Players Championship, Colonial, and even possibly the Memorial. PGA Commish Tim Finchem just saw the TV ratings go down and expressed his “disappointment” that Tiger could not play in these tournaments, but you know, health comes first.

“Tiger has been experiencing pain in his knee since the middle of last year, and when he had it looked at by his doctors, arthroscopic surgery was recommended,” said his agent Mark Steinberg, “Tiger has played through the pain in the past, but knew it would be better for him to have the procedure done as early as possible.”

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