Who withdrew from the PGA Championship?
Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the PGA Championship for the first time in his professional career. Tiger Woods withdrew from the PGA Championship on Saturday after posting his worst career score in the event. He shot nine-over par 79 in the third round.
Is Paul Casey playing in the PGA Championship?
Two more top25 players in the world ranking have announced their withdrawal from the PGA Championship. The English Paul Casey and the Korean Sungjae Im will not dispute the second ‘major’ of the year. Casey has a back injury and Im has tested positive for COVID-19.
Who are the alternates for the PGA Championship?
Scott Stallings and Joel Dahmen are the next alternates.
Why did Tiger withdraw from the PGA tournament?
— Tiger Woods, struggling in his comeback from severe leg injuries sustained in a car crash last year, withdrew from the P.G.A. Championship on Saturday night. The decision came hours after shooting a nine-over par 79, the highest score he has recorded during 22 P.G.A.
Where is Paul Casey?
Impact Casey has been sidelined since a T60 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play due to back spasms, but he intends to return this week at TPC Potomac. The Englishman has made only six total starts on the PGA Tour throughout the 2021-22 season, so he’s just 93rd in the current FedExCup standings.
Is Paul Casey injury?
Paul Casey of England and Sungjae Im of South Korea backed out of the field of the year’s second major, with Casey still battling a back injury and Im testing positive for COVID-19. Russell Knox of Scotland and Scott Stallings entered the field as replacements for Casey and Im, respectively.
Why did Joel Dahmen withdraw?
The tournament’s defending champion withdrew from the event before starting the second round Friday due to illness. Defending champion Joel Dahmen withdrew from the Corales Puntacana Championship in the Dominican Republic on Friday prior to starting his second round. PGA Tour Communications cited illness as the reason.