Tiger Woods: Butch Harmon Fears For Tiger’s Career
Tiger Woods News Update: Former Coach Worried About Tiger Woods
News keeps circulating about Tiger Woods and his recent withdrawal from the Players Championship.
The latest information regarding the situation is that Tigers former coach, Butch Harmon, is fearful for Tiger’s career in regards to injury.
CNN reports on Harmon’s recent comments concerning Woods.
Tiger Woods' former coach Butch Harmon has revealed his fears for the former world No. 1's future, after injury forced the American out of the opening round of the Players Championship at Sawgrass on Thursday.
Harmon believes a huge question mark now looms over Woods' career after the 14-time major winner forfeited his round after playing just nine holes in a six-over-par total of 42, which included a triple-bogey at the par-four fourth.
"I think his whole future is up in the air," Harmon told reporters. "Does it mean he needs more surgery? If he does who knows what is going to happen."
Speaking to reporters after pulling out, Woods added: "I felt good this morning and fine during warm-up and then as I played, it got progressively worse. The knee acted up then the Achilles followed after that, then the calf started cramping up."
The 35-year-old's career has been marred by four knee operations and the Players Championship was his first tournament since injuring his knee and Achilles heel during a difficult stroke on the 14th in the third round of The Masters in April.
Those are some very strong words from somebody who obviously knows Tiger Woods very well. I’ll keep you updated on more reaction from Harmon and others in the golf world as it comes up.
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