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  •   Home > News > Sports > Golf

    Golfer Tim Wilkinson has no idea when he will play again

    Golfer Tim Wilkinson has no idea when he will play again


    The Manawatu left hander hasn't played on the PGA Tour or Korn Ferry Tour since early October before undergoing knee surgery.

    He had hoped to return in late February but a slower than expected recovery has Wilkinson unsure when he will tee it up again.



    Wilkinson has around a dozen exemptions into tournaments to try to retain his card.

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