Tiger Woods is lucky golf is not a contact sport.
Though it's true golfers suffer from injuries, too, there are football players who haven't spent as much time on the disabled list over the years as Woods; ironic because he's among the best-conditioned athletes in golf.
The world No. 1's latest injury -- a strain in his left elbow -- is keeping him off the course until the British Open next month at Muirfield. But even by then, Woods acknowledged on Wednesday, he's not likely to be 100 percent.
At a news conference at the AT&T National -- which benefits his foundation and where he would've been defending champion had he not pulled out -- Woods said he'd be "GED" for the Open, which it turns out in Woods-speak translates into "good enough."
That's not exactly heartening news for a man coming off a disappointing US Open and still searching for that elusive 15th major victory.
Among the injuries Woods has suffered from over the years have been multiple problems with his left k...