Retief Goosen and Padraig Harrington won't have minded seeing the back of 2012. For the multiple major winners, it was a year probably best forgotten.
Goosen struggled with a lingering back injury and didn't play a tournament for the last four months following the PGA Championship.
Harrington's struggles with his game continued, finishing in the top 10 on the European...
Retief Goosen and Padraig Harrington both won't have minded seeing the back of 2012. For the multiple major winners, it was a year probably best forgotten.
Goosen struggled with a lingering back injury and didn't play a tournament for the last four months.
Harrington's struggles with his game continued, with his tie for ninth at the season-ending Dubai World Championship...
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January 09, 2013
Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen has undergone back surgery to alleviate pain that has hampered him this season. Goosen said the surgery had "gone well," but did not give any details about his timetable for recovery.
"I am looking forward to returning to the Tour fully fit and, in the meantime, I plan to put my feet up, enjoy watching the golf on TV and relish...
It looked as though we might have seen the Retief Goosen of old after yesterdays round at the Transitions Championship. It is very difficult to win golf tournaments while you’re battling on the PGA tour. Goosen has been in terrible pain, just for him to go out and swing a club is amazing. You could see from his start today Goosen was having problems. Retief opened his final round...
Retief Goosen played through his back pain today to shoot a 65 in his third round at the Transitions Championship today. Joining Goosen a top the leader board is another familiar face Jim Furyk made his way to 11 under par after shooting a 66 in his third round. Both Goosen and Furyk know how to win a golf tournament. Jason Dufner held the overnight lead, he played well today but...
Retief Goosen was about ready to give up.
His lower back was in so much pain that he decided to withdraw next week from Bay Hill so he could get treatment. A double bogey late in his round knocked him nine spots down the leaderboard, which he figured was the end of his hopes to get into the Masters.
One day later, everything changed.
Goosen ran off three straight birdies on the...
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March 15, 2012
Steven O'Hara shot a 4-under 68 Friday for a one-shot lead over Retief Goosen and Merrick Bremner after the second round of the South African Open.