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SHOULD WOODS CALL IT QUITS?

Golf legend Tiger Woods said his back was still giving him issues despite having his fourth surgery in three years.

The back spasms forced him to miss the Dubai Desert Classic. The golf world expected him back in weeks but it has dragged to several months and now it seems the fight against pain is not ending anytime soon.

DESPITE STRONG START, WOODS STILL STRUGGLING

After he had briefly pulled within two shots of the lead, it was clear early that there would be a struggle.

And instead of being in a position to attack pins, Woods was struggling for pars. On a par 5, he made double bogey twice, starting at N0. 6 where he blasted out of the sandy are, thus moving off to the back side of a double green, which forced him to chip off the putting surface.

Woods expecting to make Ryder Cup team

Davis Love III, the US Ryder Cup captain, told that Tiger Woods is very much confident of making it to the 2016 squad. Earlier, Woods took himself out of the contention for last year's game at Gleneagles, as he intends to take a break from golf.

Woods and Nike Close to New Deal

Tiger Woods, the number 1 golfer in the world, will soon ink a new endorsement deal with Nike, a leading equipment company. After endorsing the Swoosh and Frees for seventeen years, the golfer will continue the relationship with Nike through a new endorsement deal. The information is given by Tiger Woods’ agent, Mark Steinberg when he was being interviewed by ESPN.com. The new deal will simply confirm that Nike has two top golfers to endorse their products because earlier this year, Nike has signed the number two golfer in the world to a multiyear deal.