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Woods begins rehab of knee
Tiger Woods returned from a brief vacation in Sweden with his girlfriend and began rehabilitation on his left knee from surgery Dec. 12 to remove fluid around the ligaments.
"It's definitely getting better," Woods said on his Web site (www.tigerwoods.com). "At least I'm able to get out and do stuff. "
He declined to speculate on when he might return, although the target is the Buick Invitational at Torrey Pines, Feb, 13-16.
"I don't want to play in pain again," Woods said. "However long the doctor says to wait, that's what I'm going to do."