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Tiger Woods addresses Kurt's concerns ahead of the British Open

Tuesday Tiger Woods has declared it ready for the US Open next week in St Andrews and plans to play at the US Open last month. He revealed that he couldn't do it physically.

Less than 17 months after the crash of a car that was about to have its right leg amputated in February 2021, Woods, 46, skipped the National Open After leg. You will need to withdraw from the PGA Championship in May, following the third rounddue to issues with.

 "I've been stronger since the PGA, I'm sure," Woods told reporters ahead of the second round of JP McManus Pro-Am for two days in Limerick, Ireland on Tuesday. .. "I was able to put in more people. This is great."

Woodsis a charity event {14 with 10 of the top 11 players. I didn't contend with. In the world rankings, he shot 5 over par 77 in the first round and rode a cart for most of the two-day event, saving his foot for the open.

Tiger Woods drives a club car to his ball during Day Two of the JP McManus Pro-Am.
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"I still like to ride carts," Woods said. Told. "I'm doing it here now because I don't have to push it now. I have a long week in front of myself and I have everything next week to do it. Save my feet We can still train as hard as every day.

"As for the duration of my feet, try to minimize it until you need it. And go when you need it. "

Woods prepares for the Old Course in St Andrews, where he won the Claret Jugs in 2000 and 2005 with very flat terrain. For that reason, he revealed that he chose not to play the US Open.

"I was planning to play the US Open," Woods said. "But I couldn't do that physically. I wouldn't have been able to do it physically. I would have had a physical problem with my foot and this tournament (British Open) would have been at risk. There is no reason to do that. "

Woods was asked by a course reporter later in the second round of Tuesday," How are you? "

"Still attached," he joked.

Woods said he would be staying in Europe this week in preparation for St Andrews, but didn't say where he would play.

Tiger Woods during Day Two of the JP McManus Pro-Am.
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"I'm not going to tell you," he joked. Said. Because no one wants us to come to see us.