Tiger Woods has confirmed that he won’t be taking part in next week’s AT+T International tournament due to his lingering knee and Achilles injuries. This adds even more misery to Tiger’s season as he actually hosts this particular event, which benefits his foundation.
He announced yesterday that he still plans to attend, even if he can’t play, saying in a Twitter post that it was “Doctor’s orders. Feeling stronger every day, but not 100%.’’
Woods’s next scheduled start would be the British Open in July, but it’s unclear if his health will allow him to play.
He’s been limited to just nine competitive rounds since the Masters. The AT&T begins a week from today.