Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Tiger Can't See Any Light at End of the Tunnel

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Tiger Can't See Any Light at End of the Tunnel

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GOLF: Former world No.1 Tiger Woods says he isn't sure when he will be able to again play the game he once dominated.

Since the latest operations on his back, Woods, who turns 40 on December 30, has spent his time walking (slowly) and playing video games.

In the Bahamas for the Hero World Challenge, where 18 of the world's best players including No.1 Jordan Spieth will tee up starting tomorrow morning, Woods told reporters he was struggling.

"There is no timetable for this (recovery), and that's been the hardest mindset adjustment in that I don't know. So where is the light at the end of the tunnel? I don't know, so that's been hard," he said. "I listen to my surgeon, I listen to my physios, and we just take it day by day."

Woods, who won his last major at the US Open in 2008, was restricted to seven events last year and 11 this year, the last of those resulting in a tie for 10th at the Wyndham Championship in August. …

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