Tiger Woods To Address Neck Injury During Monday News Conference
Tiger Woods will be at the Aronimink Golf Club in Delaware County Monday afternoon, and will address the status of his neck injury, RadarOnline.com has learned.
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The golfing great is scheduled to speak with reporters at 2pm EST news conference Monday.
Originally, the news conference was supposed to be held on the course, but now, due to his injury, it will be held in the more controlled atmosphere of the ballroom of the country club.
At this time, Woods is scheduled to play in the July tournament at the Aronimink Golf Club, but his recent neck injury may force him to change his plans.
On Sunday, Woods withdrew on the seventh hole of the Players Championship in Florida because of a neck injury that he fears might be from a bulging disk.
Woods said his neck has been bothering him since before the Masters.
"I've been playing through it," Woods said. "I can't play through it anymore."
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