Tiger Woods has chosen to bypass this week's Wells Fargo Championship and he was worryingly spotted limping on his way into a recent interview with GOLFTV.
Woods, 43, was expected to tee up in this week's tournament given it would likely be his only start before the season's next major at the US PGA Championship at Bethpage Black from May 16 to 19.
Quail Hollow Club also seemed like a likely choice for Woods to compete on given he played there six times between 2004 and 2012 and he won in 2007, with a tied third in 2004 and fourth in 2009.
The 15-time major champion last played on Tour when slipping on his fifth Green Jacket at The Masters three weeks ago.
Woods, who has undergone four back surgeries including a spinal fusion surgery in 2017, was also worryingly spotted limping into an interview with GOLFTV's Henni Zuel recently. Perhaps the interview was on leg day, who knows?
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The former World No.1 made 19 starts on Tour in 2018, the most he's made since 2013. This year, Woods has played in just six tournaments, and he withdrew prior to the start of the Arnold Palmer Invitational due to a strained neck.