I'm sorry you've had back issues, but I think your correlation between your injuries and anyone else is weak. Who knows the extent of your injury compared to Tigers. If Tiger's pain was exactly like yours (which you have no clue if it was), then your argument would hold water. But you have no clue...
OK, I have no clue what the extent of Tiger's pain is. That is 100% correct. But Neither does anybody else besides Tiger ... agreed? So what seems like a more reasonable conclusion then:
"I've had back pain before and his reactions look pretty legit to me, so I'm going to give him the benefit of the doubt and assume - because I have absolutely zero evidence to the contrary - that he is really in a lot of pain."
"I had back pain 30 years ago that was so excrutiating that I would not have been able to play golf, therefore, there is no way that Tiger Woods could be playing golf right now because his wince looked just like my winces 30 years ago, therefore, he is acting like his pain is the same is mine, but it can't be because I wasn't able to play golf then, therefore it is a fact that he is hamming it up for the cameras because, as we all know, Tiger is well known for caring deeply what we all think of him, which is why he is so forthcoming during interviews after rounds, and why he never throws his clubs or curses on camera and why EVERY SINGLE TIME he hits a poor shot he acts like he had an injury."
I'm going to go way, way, waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay out on a limb here and guess that a majority of people are going to choose option A. Now, perhaps we should move on .......
Although, besides Adam Scott, I think the more interesting story is whether guys Like Camilo Villegas (110 last week/100 now), Stuart Appleby (123/96), Martin Kaymer (103/90) will be able to continue playing well enough to jump up into the top 70 so they can keep playing. I don't really understand the Fedex Cup points, so I have no idea how hard or easy it is to jump a bunch of spots in one week, but it's fun to watch. (Looks like, at a quick glance, that Gary Woodland managed to catapult himself from 60 to 10 last week, and I can only imagine that he was way down there prior to his win in Tahoe (I think?) a couple of weeks prior.)