During his first round at The Masters on Thursday, Tiger Woods said that he was in "constant" agony.
The 47-year-old, making his 25th appearance at Augusta National,
shot a two-over 74 while displaying different instances of writhing.
The five-time Masters champion fell nine strokes short of his Norwegian playing partner
Viktor Hovland, who entered the clubhouse tied for first place following an exhilarating seven-under opening round.
Woods admitted on Tuesday that he wasn't sure if this week will mark his final participation in the competition.
Since suffering severe leg injuries in a horrific vehicle accident in 2021
the fifteen-time major champion's competitive outings have been irregular.