Tiger Woods Withdraws from the Honda Classic
(PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.) -- Back issues have again been a thorn in the side of Tiger Woods as he needed to withdraw from the Honda Classic on Sunday due to back spasms.
Woods wound up withdrawing after 13 holes.
"It started up this morning during warmups," Woods said through spokesman Glenn Greenspan.
It is unknown just how serious the injury is or how it will impact him going forward. Woods said he experienced the same type of pain at the Barclay's last summer that caused him to fall to the ground.
"It's too ealry to tell," Woods said when talking about next week's WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral. "I'll get treatment every day to try and calm it down. Don't know yet. We'll see how I am, wait till Thursday and see how it feels."
Russell Henley wound up winning the event after shooting a 72 in the fourt and final round.
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