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Tiger Woods’ return date still remains uncertain

Unfortunately for all the golf fans, the 14-time major champion has no set date to return to competitive golf as he continues his recovery from a back injury. Woods is out of action since February 3rd as he suffered from ongoing back spasms. He recently hit a couple of shots in public at the unveiling of his new design for a course. He has had three back operations, and it hasn’t been all good for the American. He missed the entire 2015-16 season as he underwent a back surgery. It has been a long time that Woods has been missing on the course, and as much as his fans want him back soon, Woods cannot rush it as it will only get severe if rushed in the wrong sense. He was at the Ozark Mountains of Missouri to announce the first public access golf courses designed by his company TGR Design. The course is tentatively scheduled to open in 2019 and will be named Payne’s Valley after the late golfer Payne Stewart, born in Missouri.


Charlie Hull returns from injury

Charlie Hull is finally back after injuring his wrist a few weeks back. The young golfer had a long-standing fractured wrist after aggravating the injury before the ANA aspiration. Since then, she has been on the sidelines working on her recovery. The injury seems to last forever, probably the rest of her career but she doesn’t expect it to have any significant different in her game play. She is highly anticipated to play an important role in Europe’s Solheim Cup side. As she spoke to media ahead of the Women’s British Open, Hull stated the injury she is suffering from at the moment has been with her since she was 15 but it is getting better with a time and should not be a hindrance in any way.


Wesley Bryan wins his maiden PGA Tour Title

It was Jason Dufner who started the last day with the lead at the RBC Heritage, but like many other contenders, he too slides down the leaderboard. Ollie Schneiderjans had a good chance as he reached the turn in 31 with five birdies but he too slipped later on. Luke Donald was on a remarkable run of near misses but made an impressive comeback from a double bogey seven on the second hole as he closed with a 68, but Wesley Bryan was too good and well composed to register his first title win and see Donald end in the second position for the fifth time.