Tiger Woods' Severe Back Pain Brought Him to His Knees During the Barclays Tournament (VIDEO)

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Tiger Woods remained at his most competitive spirit throughout the entire week of the Barclays despite a severe back pain which he blames from a bad bed in the hotel he stayed in.

However, during the final round of the competition, Woods suddenly went down to his knees after his second shot right on par-5 due to a back spasm that came in at the worst time. Woods' face was in full grimace as he endured the short term discomfort he suffered from. Then there was a quick round of applause when Woods finally stood up and walk his way toward the direction of his golf ball which went to the water.

With this, it was Adam Scott who won the contest by making two birdies right on the back nine with a figure of 5 under 66 which put him on top. The golf player admitted himself that he just could not believe he won, and there was a time that he did not even thought he would have a chance. But it seemed that things just went his way instead of the other golf icons in the competition like Justin Rose, Gary Woodland and of course, Tiger Woods.

Scott was able to finish at 11-under 273 and even got his career best rank at number two in the world. This was also the second time that the golf legend missed a playoff with just one shot at Liberty National.

All throughout the week, Woods complained of pain and stiffness in his lower back part. He emphasised that it was due to his soft bed in the hotel he is staying in that is the culprit of his pain. This is actually the second year when he had issues from his bed during this golf event.

During an interview with CBS Sports, Woods said that his participation at the Deutsche Bank Championship is still "hypothetical." He once again stressed that he is not feeling at his best right now.

As for Scott, this has been his second win for this year and set at the number two standing right after Woods.

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