Tiger Woods battles inflammation ‘everywhere’ this week at PGA Championship

Tiger Woods battles inflammation ‘everywhere’ this week at PGA Championship

Tiger Woods battles inflammation ‘everywhere’ this week at PGA Championship

Thomas will get an even closer look at Woods this weekend, with the duo set to be in the same group for Thursday's and Friday's rounds, an opportunity the world number two relishes. I haven't closed out those tournaments as I would have liked, but at least I'm putting myself in position.

"I have a sense of confidence and belief that I totally can get over the line and win one".

"I hit some balls (on the range) today and felt absolutely fine and comfortable with my swing and the way it's moving".

Masters champion Patrick Reed has already had a great year and said he was also raring to go on a course where many holes should favour a right-hander who hits a draw (a shot that curves from right-to-left).

"I'm a little under the radar this year, and I don't mind it", Spieth acknowledged, "but at the same time, this tournament will always be circled until hopefully I win it one day".

"I like the players we have, but we'll be looking to fill that in".

"But it's a process".

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"By March I saw that his game was in a lot better shape and his health was in a lot better shape", Furyk said.

How many times can a player of McIlroy's talent be in Sunday contention before finally claiming the win?

"Geez, I mean, 18 months ago the guy couldn't walk", he said.

"People aren't going to look back at your career and think of the journey and it was consistent and whatever".

Woods has partnered a variety of players over the years, including Furyk four times at the 2006 Ryder Cup in Ireland.

Tiger Woods of the United States speaks to the media during a press conference prior to the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club on August 7, 2018 in St. Louis, Missouri.

"We'll see", said Woods, who only played five holes before his practice round Tuesday was wiped out by thunderstorms. 'I'm not overly concerned about playing this course, ' he said.

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Love has made 21 major top-10s during his impressive career, with the highlight coming via a five-shot victory in the 1997 PGA Championship at Winged Foot.

"I needed that day off". "Yesterday I spent a few times in the ice bath just trying to get some inflammation down and just trying to get ready for the rest of the week".

"There's going to be certain days that I'm just not going to have the speed and the flexibility and the movement that I once did".

At age 42 with a bad back, there will be dips in form and high scores and wayward drives. Whether you use them in a round (make sure your drives are accurate if you do!) or keep them in mint condition as memorabilia, this would be a strong purchase.

Woods underwent spinal fusion surgery in April previous year and admits he feels "blessed" simply to be able to compete again, but has already failed to convert several chances to claim his first victory since 2013.

But he refused to directly answer the question when asked whether the 14-time major victor, who is now 20th on the points list, had already done enough.

Fleetwood's US Open bid was damaged by a third-round 78, and he was one shot off the lead at the halfway stage of The Open before falling back on the Saturday. Not since McIlroy in 2014 has a player won the PGA after winning a title the week before.

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The world's third-ranked player chose to skip playing any practice rounds at Bellerive, but he has hit on the driving range and said everything feels good. I think my best chance since Valhalla was at Carnoustie, but in golf you just have to be an eternal optimist.

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