"I was just trying to draw that ball out there just a little bit. I pushed forward, and you know it just didn't feel good," Woods said of his first swing after a period that included no practice for 28 days. "The knee acted up and then the Achilles' followed after that and then the calf started cramping up."
Knee. Achilles. Calf. When Woods says "I'm having a hard time walking" every golf fan has to feel like they are cramping up.
Forget the Memorial in three weeks and the U.S. Open in five weeks. You have to hold your breath that we are not seeing the end of a brilliant career. The golf swing, especially one as torque-driven as Woods', is not kind to the body.
"Give me a few days to see what the docs say, and we'll take a look at it," said Woods.
The golf world can live with a few days but is Woods and everyone looking at the glass half full?
While we wait for turn for 10, here is some good work by some good people that we might have missed while sleeping or listening to that sigh of relief from hockey fans in San Jose.
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