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Tiger Woods: Injuries and operations mean I'll never feel great

Tiger Woods' last major championship win was the US Open in 2008



Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods says he will "never feel great" again because of the number of injuries suffered during his career.

Woods, 41, pulled out of the Dubai Desert Classic before the second round this month because of a back spasm.

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Ryder Cup 2018: US captain Jim Furyk to make final wildcard pick earlier

Ryan Moore's win over Lee Westwood sealed the Ryder Cup for the United States at Hazeltine




US Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk says his final wildcard pick for the 2018 event will be chosen earlier than in 2016.

Last year, final pick Ryan Moore was chosen only five days before the biennial matchplay competition started.

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Tiger Woods pulls out of Dubai Desert Classic after back spasm

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Former world number one Tiger Woods is ranked 666th in the world



Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the Dubai Desert Classic before the second round, because of a back problem.

The 14-time major winner only returned to action in December after 15 months out following two back operations.

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Tiger Woods struggles as Justin Rose leads in San Diego

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Tiger Woods hit three birdies, five bogeys and one double bogey in an erratic opening round at Torrey Pines




Tiger Woods hit a disappointing four-over-par 76 at his first full PGA Tour event for almost 18 months.

England's Justin Rose leads the Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego on seven under after carding an impressive first round of 65, including two eagles.

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Tiger Woods: Fourteen-time major champion has concerns over heavy schedule

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Woods finished 15th of the 17 players who completed the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas in December




Tiger Woods admits he has concerns over the physical challenge of stepping up his return from long-term injury.

The 40-year-old 14-time major champion twice had back surgery during 15 months out before returning in December, when he tied for 15th at the 17-man Hero World Challenge.

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