Tiger Woods was urged by golf fans to retire after he withdrew from the 2023 Masters hours before the resumption of play.
The 47-year-old was dead last at 9-over par having played seven holes of his third round when he confirmed his withdrawal.
Augusta National said Woods had made the decision having re-aggravated the injury in his right heel.
Unnerving footage before play was suspended on Saturday evening in Georgia showed the five-time Masters champion limping heavily.
He appeared extremely unsteady on his right foot as he hobbled back over to his caddie Joe LaCava.
On social media, Woods said he had aggravated his plantar fasciitis - inflammation in the heel - which caused him to withdraw from the tournament he hosts on the PGA Tour in the Bahamas last December.
Woods kept alive his incredible streak of making the cut at this 87th Masters, shooting rounds of 74-73.
Woods seriously began to struggle when the rain began to batter Augusta National.
Should Tiger Woods retire? #theMasters— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) April 9, 2023
He made consecutive double bogeys at No. 15 and 16, dropping all the way to last place before the horn blew to end play.
Apparently, it was the first time he had ever recorded back-to-back double bogeys in his Masters career.
Per stars guru Justin Ray, Woods has played 1,735 holes without carding consecutive double bogeys.
That’s a brutal scene to see there pic.twitter.com/8nGWQZRn6j— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) April 8, 2023
Golf fans appeared divided over whether the 15-time major champion should call an end to his illustrious career.
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