May 10, 2011 6:04 PM by Gene Cotton
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - About all Tiger Woods can say about the injuries to his knee and Achilles' tendon is that he is "good enough to play" in The Players Championship.
Woods says he practiced on the range Monday for the first time since the Masters. His first round of golf since he tied for fourth at Augusta National was on Tuesday at the TPC Sawgrass, though that was only nine holes.
He says his left knee and right Achilles' tendon are better, but he'll have to wait and see how it responds in his first tournament in a month. The Players Championship begins Thursday on a course where Woods has not finished better then eighth since winning 10 years ago.