A.J. EATHORN: I probably wouldn't have. But being a Canadian through and through that's one thing you want to do, is play in your own Open. You're only allowed to play 12 events if you're going to take a medical and I thought, you know what, if I took a month and a half off and tried to come back in Toledo. I wasn't quite ready then.
I thought 3 more weeks would be good to get it stronger and build up for the Canadian and hopefully it will be good and I can play from the Canadian on. But unfortunately, it still is not good and I have to take the time to get better.
A.J. EATHORN: I've been getting a lot of work Physiotherapy Associates are our trainers out here on the road and they've been working they were the ones taping it every week. We would do ultrasound. We would do some stim and a lot of ice, do heat in the morning. It's one of those things we tried to not really mask but work with to be able to play.
I worked until May and I went to see a doctor in Phoenix where I live, Dr. Sheridan. It's actually the same doctor Ian Leggat has gone to when he lived down there. The only thing is I want to kind of stay away from surgery right now. I don't want people digging in there quite yet.
I'm going to try acupuncture. I've heard that's kind of the miracle cure, or can be anyways, give that a chance, and hopefully just give it a good amount of rest without touching the clubs, without doing that motion that really hurts it.
I would love to do some other things, but all I know for the last eight years is golf, and a lot more before that, but that's my only job for a long time. I might just take some time off and get a job and make sure it's completely calmed down before I try picking up the clubs again.