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Tiger Woods Has Mild Achilles Strain

Over the weekend, Tiger Woods left a WGC event in Florida due to leg pain.  We have now learned that he has an Achilles strain, but will play next week at Bay Hill.

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Tiger Woods left a WGC event this weekend and was in some pain.  Woods has since stated that the pain was due to a mild Achilles strain, though he still thinks that he can play next week at Bay Hill.   He will rest most of this week before hitting some more balls around to get ready for the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Wood said that he felt tightness in his leg before warming up on Sunday, and it just got worse as the day went on.

[ESPN]

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