Did Tiger Woods Pop His Bone Back Into Place During The Masters?
Tiger Woods returned to the PGA Masters after a one year absence and it didn’t go as planned. While Woods made some inspiring shots during the tournament, he ended on Sunday with a 1-over 73.
During his final round of play, Woods sent a golf ball into the trees, leaving his ball resting atop some pine needles. Woods dug in deep for the shot and apparently injured his wrist.
Following his disappointing final round of championship play, Woods explained what happened during the obviously painful play.
Tiger Woods told reports that the bone in his wrist “popped out” and he had to “put it back in.”
Fixing a dislocation is definitely not fun, but Woods played through the pain and there is something admirable about that type of determination.