Tiger Woods out of Hero World Challenge with plantar fasciitis

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Tiger WoodsHe announced via Twitter that he had suffered from plantar fasciitis in his right leg and has decided to withdraw from the Hero World Challenge in Bahamas this week.

The tournament benefits Woods charity, TGR Foundation. It was his first start since missing the cut in the 150th Open Championship in St. Andrews in July.

Woods wrote that she developed plantar fasciitis while practicing for the Hero World Challenge. This is making it difficult for her to walk. In a statement. After consulting my trainers and doctors, I have decided that I will withdraw from this weeks competition and concentrate on my hosting duties. My plan is to still compete in The Match or the PNC Championship.

Woods, 46, played in only nine rounds in three majors this season. This was his first start since being seriously injured in a car accident outside Los Angeles in February 2021. He finished 47th at The Masters in April and withdrew 54 holes at the PGA Championship.

Woods, a 15time major champion, is playing in The Match At Pelican Golf Club near Tampa, Florida on Dec. 10. Woods will team up with the world No. 1 golfer Rory McIlroyA 12-hole match against Jordan Spieth Justin ThomasUnder the lights. Woods will also be playing with Charlie in the PNC Championship in Orlando (Florida) on December 17-18.

Woods will be replaced by another 20-man field by Sepp Straka.

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