Tiger Woods had 2 more recent surgeries on rebuilt right leg, also battling plantar fasciitis


Tiger Woods has had a difficult time battling back from the career-altering leg injury he suffered in a car crash last year, and the recovery from it has led to a couple more surgeries on the limb recently. This week was supposed to see Woods’ triumphant return to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas. However, on Monday it was revealed that the PGA Tour legend was pulling out of the tournament but would still appear at the event. On Tuesday, Woods explained that plantar fasciitis was the cause of his removal from the Hero World Challenge. Furthermore, the foot injury was a byproduct of his ongoing recovery from his leg injury. Woods also revealed that he recently had two more surgeries on his reconstructed right lower limb. Woods declined to give further details on the what and when of the recent procedures during a press conference in the Bahamas. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch 2022 Mosconi Cup live stream