Fri, Jun 5, 4:57am by Kevin Pitstock
Tiger Woods is continuing on his road to recovery from his knee reconstruction. He will be teeing off in the Memorial Tournament in Ohio this week.
He will be competing for the first time since last month’s players invitational. He stands in good stead to win this tournament after being relatively successful here in the past. He won the tournament in 1999, 2000 as well as 2001.
He hasn’t fully recovered as yet, but the Ohio tournament should be a key indicator of the progress that he has made. Even Tiger Woods still needs time to recover from an 8 month lay off from knee surgery.
Here is some of what he had to say. “I’m really looking forward to competing again at the Memorial Tournament and I’ve been working hard on my game since the Players Championship.”
“I just need to fine tune everything. My reconstructed left knee enables me to finally make the swing that my instructor, Hank Haney, and I have been working on for years.”
Only time will tell how successful Tiger Woods will be in the Memorial Tournament in Ohio but i know who my money will be on.
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