Tiger Woods: I Popped My Joint Back In Place On Hole No. 9 At The Masters
Talk about tough, Tiger Woods apparently popped a joint back in place at Augusta National this afternoon.
The 2015 Masters remains ongoing with Jordan Spieth on the edge of victory, but it's something Tiger Woods just revealed that has the golf world talking. "A joint came out of place, but I put it back in," Woods told reporters after finishing his round.
On hole No. 9, a 460 yard Par 4, Tiger hit a root after attempting an approach shot from the tree line. Golfweek, which live blogged the event, detailed what happened:
"Tiger hits a root on his follow through and immediately drops club. He shakes wrist in obvious pain. He favors the right side of his body as he walked to the green."
Twitter Is Talking
Tiger hits a root. pic.twitter.com/IznLzBt9mo
— Adam Sarson (@Adam_Sarson) April 12, 2015
Twitter is in awe of Woods' reveal.
Tiger Woods' self-diagnosis and treatment of his injury from today: "A joint came out of place, but I put it back in."
— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelESPN) April 12, 2015
— It's Leo (@kccoBruins86) April 12, 2015
— Jayson Teagle (@jaysonteagle) April 12, 2015
— Matthew Bergeron (@mwbergeron) April 12, 2015
— WTOC Ben Williamson (@benlwilliamson) April 12, 2015
Jordan Spieth seems like everything Tiger Woods isn't. (No bones popped out of joint typing this tweet)
— Ben Grossman (@grossman) April 12, 2015
If the leaderboard holds, Woods will finish the 2015 Masters tied for 17th place.
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