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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 23:54

Tiger Woods Withdraws from the Arnold Palmer Invitational

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With one of most storied tournaments in all of golf less than a month away, Tiger Woods has decided to withdraw from this weekend's Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill Country Club. 

 Back spasms caused Woods to withdraw from the Honda Classic just two weeks ago after the 13th hole and he was struggled to complete his final round the following week at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. Those same back spasms have apparently knocked Woods out of this weekend's tournament hosted by the legendary Palmer. 

Injuries and personal issues have plagued Woods over the past several years and while he was a shoe-in to overtake Jack Nicklaus for major tournaments won in a career (18), many feel that these rash of injuries could leave Woods short of his golfing idol.

Woods has 14 career wins in a major although he has not won a major since he was victorious at the U.S. Open all the way back in 2008 at Torrey Pines in San Diego.

This latest injury is not expected to keep him out of April's Masters at Augusta National Golf Club, but at 38 years old the questions will continue to swirl around Woods and whether or not he can overtake Nicklaus, the one record that he has strived for since turning pro. 

For more information on Tiger's chase of Nicklaus' record, read my column from 2012 on whether or not Tiger can catch Jack here.

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