Tiger Woods Withdraws from Tournament with Foot Injury: ‘Making It Difficult to Walk’

A startling physical issue has constrained Tiger Woods to haul out of a competition he was set to contend in this end of the week.

The 46-year-old golf legend reported his withdrawal from the Legend World Test, an advantage for his Tiger Woods Establishment, in a tweet on Monday.

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“I’ve created plantar fasciitis in my right foot, which is making it challenging to walk,” Woods told his virtual entertainment supporters on Monday. Heeding guidance from his primary care physicians and coaches, Woods said he has “chose to pull out this week” and will all things considered “concentrate on facilitating obligations” during the end of the week.

Woods has two extra impending appearances booked, in which he said he actually plans to contend. “My arrangement is still to contend in The Match and PNC Title,” Woods composed.

Woods is set to join Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, and Rory McIlroy for dynamite’s The Match on Dec. 10.


In spite of his physical issue dissatisfactions, Woods’ bustling timetable isn’t dialing back. In August, he and McIlroy reported the send off of TMRW Sports — another organization focusing on “innovation centered adventures that highlight moderate ways to deal with sports, media and amusement.”

TMRW Sports first endeavor is TGL, which the organization depicted in a public statement as “another tech-imbued golf association in association with the PGA Visit,” with play set to start in January 2024. The association, as per the delivery, “will feature group matches melding progressed tech and surprisingly realistic from a uniquely fabricated scene in early evening on Monday evenings” in a timetable that supplements the ongoing PGA Visit’s timetable.

“TGL is the following development inside proficient golf, and I’m focused on aiding lead it into the future,” Woods said in a delivery.

“Embracing innovation to establish this exceptional climate enables us to move our game into early evening consistently close by so many of sports’ biggest occasions.”