In baseball parlance, Tiger Woods went 65 ¼ innings at last week’s WGC-Cadillac Championship, but unlike a major league pitcher that will not count as a “quality start.”
For the week Woods will earn last-place money, about $37,000, but it will not count as official earnings.
As for Woods’ withdrawal, which occurred after he hit his drive on the 12th hole on Sunday, Tour regulations require a player who withdraws mid-round to notify an official immediately, which Woods did, and he must submit a reason for his early exit to the Tour within 14 days.
In a statement Woods said the withdrawal was prompted by an ailing left Achilles tendon.
Tiger Woods got a timely putting tip last week from Steve Stricker, which Woods says is merely the continuation of their helpful relationship. Read More
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