Jessica Coda (USA) has announced that she is taking an indefinite hiatus from the Women’s Professional Golf (LPGA) Tour due to a back injury.
“I’ve had an extremely difficult time over the last year battling a back injury,” the 30-year-old said on her social media accounts Instagram and Twitter on Monday (Sept. 29), adding, “I’ve spent a lot of time treating it and working on it every week with the advice and guidance of my doctor, but the pain hasn’t improved and I’ve had to withdraw from several tournaments, so I’m not playing until I’m completely healthy.” 스포츠토토
“At this point, there is no timetable for my return, but I have the best medical team in place and am focused on returning as soon as possible,” Coda added. The Florida native, who is the older sister of World No. 2 Nelly Coda, has made six starts this season. Her best finish was a tie for 18th at the Deo Implant LA Open.
It’s been a shaky start to the season. She started the season by withdrawing from the Honda LPGA Tour of Ireland in February before she even shot a shot. She then finished 66th at the HSBC WorldWomen in Singapore in early March. She withdrew from the Cognizant Founders Cup on April 11 after the first round.
Koda, who has six wins on the LPGA Tour, was sidelined by injury last November. After withdrawing from the 2017 Solheim Cup with a forearm injury, she underwent jaw reconstruction surgery in December of that year. However, she bounced back to win the 2018 Honda LPGA Tour of Ireland just 11 weeks after the surgery.