Tiger Woods Injury Update: Ex-PGA Tour Pro and Surgeon Delivers Crucial Breakdown of the 47-Year-Old’s Recurring Medical Condition

The Masters Tournament held another level of excitement this year. And most of it came from Tiger Woods‘ epic return at Augusta, which unfortunately didn’t end very well for him. As fans witnessed, the golfer had to withdraw from the tournament due to an unexplained injury. However, Woods soon tweeted that he was suffering from stabbing pain due to Plantar Fasciitis.

Shortly after his exit from the tournament, Woods went through an unexpected ankle surgery. But to everyone’s surprise, it wasn’t because of Plantar Fasciitis, but something else. So the real question is – what was the actual injury that led Woods to step off the Masters field?

What really happened to Tiger Woods at the Masters?

Woods’ professional life has been nothing less than a roller coaster ride. While all his highs were full of tournament victories, the lows often brought him down to unexpected injuries and suffering. And a similar thing happened at the Masters when the golfer had to withdraw from the prestigious event due to immense pain in his foot.

The golf world was shocked to see him suffer so much despite going through several procedures in the past for the same leg injury. But his pain just didn’t seem to end. But recently, the golfer underwent a subtalar fusion procedure at HSS Sports Medicine Institute in New York City and is currently recovering.


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