It’s the same ailment that forced the world No. 9 to pull out of the Australian PGA Championship.
Snedeker bruised his tibia and strained the ACL in his left knee on Nov. 4 when he lost his balance and landed awkwardly while hopping off a Segway in China.
His management team, Lagardere Unlimited, said in a release that Snedeker is ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation program but decided against pushing his return to competition. Snedeker is the defending champion at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, which is scheduled for Feb. 6-9.