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Tiger Woods Withdraws From Bridgestone. His Importance to Golf With James Arnold

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Tiger Woods' latest injury "doesn't bode well right now" for his chances to play in the Ryder Cup, U.S. captain Tom Watson said Monday.

A day after withdrawing after eight holes in the last round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational with a bad back, Tiger Woods doesn't know if he'll be playing in this week's PGA Championship.

Woods flew back Sunday afternoon to his South Florida home instead of heading to Valhalla Golf Club for the year's last major championship after he aggravated his back and was forced to withdraw.

Woods is at his home resting.

"He has to rest and get treatment and assess later," said Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, in a text. "Pointless to make that decision (on playing) now without proper time to give him the best chance."