(Reuters) – American golfer Rickie Fowler started exercising again on Wednesday, which is likely to dispel any hint an oblique muscle grab will keep him out of pertaining to next month’s Ryder Cup.
Fowler, who actually used Instagram to say he had made a comeback to practice, is skipping the 1st two events in the FedExCup 2010 nfl playoffs on the PGA Tour to rest damages ahead of next month’s Ryder Drink in Paris.
“First day back on the course around 17 days … there has been many rest and rehab … them felt good to be back out with the boys!” he had written accompanying a video that exhibited him making a smooth swing action with an iron.
World number 8-10 Fowler pulled out of last week’azines Northern Trust tournament which week’s Dell Technologies Championship to give the injury a chance to heal.
Fowler discovered he was suffering from the injury before the PGA Championship, where the guy finished tied for 12th.
An MRI later diagnosed a partial split to the oblique muscle over the right side of her abdomen.
Fowler’s next possiblity to play will be at the 320i repair Championship outside Philadelphia next week.
The Ryder Cup will be played via Sept. 28-30.