Tiger Woods: Why Skipping the US Open Is Best Play for Woods
Tiger Woods Skipping the US Open is the Best thing for His Future
The most intriguing aspect of the US Open coming into the event was the possibility of Tiger Woods playing through injuries.
With a click of the tweet, all of the television executives and diehard Tiger Woods fan have crumbled before the US Open’s feet.
Not playing in US Open. Very disappointed. Short-term frustration for long-term gain.
The injuries to his left knee and Achilles' are too much for him to march through the rigors of a major tournament and further damage his leg.
While this isn’t the biggest surprise, Woods has held out hope that his body would be healthy enough to play in the US Open, but it is now obvious that Tiger Woods is in a lot of trouble.
The best-case scenario for Woods is to sit out until his body is 100 percent, and start over with his swing and how he addresses the game.
If Tiger ever wants to regain the form that he had through the first 15 years of his career, he needs to not only get himself right physically, but mentally as well.
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