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UPDATE: Tiger Woods First Public Statement Since Car Accident (thumbnail)

Last month, Tiger Woods declared that he’d be taking a break from golf to let his surgically repaired back heal. This came right after he could only last eleven holes at the Farmers Insurance Open before withdrawing—a disappointing start to his 2015 campaign. We won’t be seeing Woods back on the green for some time, and PGA golfer Dan Olsen has his own claims to explain Woods’ latest departure from the game.

Speaking to 730 AM “The Game” in Lansing, Mich., Olsen told listeners that, “I heard he’s on a month’s suspension… it’s kind of a strong witness. It’s a credible person who is telling me this.” Olsen refused to name his source (an exempt tour player, according to him) and added that he wasn’t even sure whether to believe his source or not. He would later tell ESPN.com’s Michael Collins that the information he received about a supposed suspension was not first-hand.

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