Woods' knee checks out fine two weeks after surgery
Tiger Woods says his left knee is "right on schedule" for recovery in time for the U.S. Open in June, if not sooner.
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Woods underwent arthroscopic surgery on April 15. He underwent a two-week check-up earlier this week in Utah and told Golf Digest.com: "It went great. Everything is right on schedule."
As he has in past weeks, Woods would not put a timetable on his return. The U.S. Open is June 12-15 at Torrey Pines, north of San Diego. Jack Nicklaus' tournament, The Memorial, is two weeks earlier and is generally on Woods' schedule.
"The doctors said I should be able to play in four to six weeks after the surgery, but there are no guarantees about anything right now," Woods said on Golf Digest.com. "I'm just going to work hard and do what they tell me to do."
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