Tiger Woods grimaces after his tee shot on the 12th hole at Trump National Doral. (Credit: Getty Images)
GolfWeek's Jeff Rude reported
It could have been much worse, the person said, because Woods doesn’t have the kind of herniated disk that likely would require an operation.ESPN's Bob Harig reported
"Nothing has changed since the announcement on Tuesday. He is resting and [we'll] evaluate in the coming days."
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