BETHESDA, Md. – Tiger Woods wasn’t the only player on Tuesday at Congressional answering questions about his health.
Brandt Snedeker, who struggled on Sunday at the U.S. Open with an ailing back and had a magnetic resonance imaging test and X-ray on Monday after the championship, is in action this week at the Quicken Loans National.
“I feel great. No lingering affects, back's fine,” said Snedeker, who was suffering back spasms on his right side at Pinehurst.
Both tests were negative and Snedeker – who has endured a series of injuries including multiple hip surgeries and a left knee injury late last year when he fell off a Segway scooter during an event in Shanghai – tied for 11th place last week at the Travelers Championship after undergoing therapy.