‘Cold symptoms’

‘Golf Emperor’ Tiger Woods withdrew from his first comeback in 10 months due to ‘cold symptoms’ 먹튀검증

Woods finished the second round of the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational at Riviera Country Club (par 71) in Palisades, California on the 17th (Korea time) and took a tee shot at the seventh hole before returning to the club house in a cart.

After Woods entered the club house, an ambulance was dispatched, but he returned without carrying a patient.

The lack of a reason for the withdrawal has raised questions among on-site reporters, but Woods’ friend and business partner Rob McNamara announced that “Woods gave up the tournament due to cold symptoms.”

McNamara added: “Woods had a slight fever but was fine when he warmed up. However, his condition deteriorated to the point where he felt a sense of dedication as he started the game.”

Woods has been preparing to return after undergoing ankle surgery after withdrawing during the Masters tournament in a major tournament in April last year.

Woods also confessed that he had back spasms from the 16th hole in the first round the previous day, and at the 18th hole, he made shank (the ball hits the Hodel connecting the golf club face and the shaft), which is rare for professional players.

Woods, who finished the first round with a 1-over-par 72, lost one shot with one birdie and two bogeys until the sixth hole of the second round.

Woods put his tee shot on the fairway on the seventh hole, but told the race commissioner he wanted to withdraw.

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