Good news for those hoping to see Tiger Woods back on the course sooner than later, as Tiger Woods is reported to have a bulging disc that will not need surgery.
Golfweek's Jeff Rude talked to "someone with knowledge of his condition" who said it is a bulging disc for the No. 1 player in the world which is better news than some expected.
"Tiger Woods has been diagnosed with a bulging back disk and won’t need surgery, someone with knowledge of his condition said Thursday.
"It could have been much worse, the person said, because Woods doesn’t have the kind of herniated disk that likely would require an operation."
Woods has been bothered by this back for most of 2014, withdrawing from the Honda Classic during his final round because of back spasms and after confirming a spot at the Cadillac Championship, finished the tournament but still seemed bothered with back issues.
It was the news that Woods was withdrawing from this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational that was the most evidentRead More »from Report: Tiger Woods has bulging disk, will not need surgery