The game of golf needs Tiger Woods or other big characters to be making a major impact on the sport.

We all look forward to the ex world golf number one‘s return from surgery and I guess most of you are wondering how his recuperation is coming along.

Anyone who has underwent back surgery will fully understand the rehab can be a lengthy process as nature takes its course.

Woods recovery from microdiscectomy surgery for a pinched nerve in his back is coming along, but it’s a very slow process. Woods has documented on his website he is still sore from the surgery incision and needs to get back to day-to-day activities.

Tiger has kept myself in very good shape over the years and it really helps to be strong. Especially in the glutes and abs as that helps with the recovery and rehab, and the athlete is able to come back faster.

As for Tiger’s return to golf, he really does not know at the moment. Woods is doing everything he can, listening to doctors and working on a strength program.

Some people after back surgery heal up in three months, some people take four months, some people take longer.

We will keep you posted as to Tiger’s progress and when we can expect him to return to competitive play.


Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

The GolfblogspotUK website is owned and run by former Walker Cup player and European Tour card holder, Graham J Gordon, from Scotland, the Home of Golf. The owner is a golf fanatic who had to retire early from competitive tour play due to a back injury that required surgery. Graham wishes to share his knowledge and own experiences of the game with the GolfblogspotUK community and to receive your feedback on all aspects of the sport. Graham has been playing the game for over 20 years and received a great deal of pleasure from the sport. He has met several friends and visited many different places around the world, thanks to playing the great game of golf. Time to put a little back into the game to help others.

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