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Ernie Els will miss the first two events of the 2006 PGA Tour schedule in a bid to improve on his disappointing form this year in the majors.
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The South African will not play in the United States until the Nissan Open in Los Angeles in mid-February, and he will only be there for 10 weeks until after the Masters in April.

The two-time U.S. Open champion said his modified schedule is partly as a result of a knee injury, but also to help him in the majors.

He said he had a virus just before this year's Masters, which kept him in bed for 2 1/2 days. Els finished 47th, his worst finish in a major in four years.

"I will be ready for the Masters next time around and had I not got a virus just before Augusta, this year I would have been ready," Els said. "I don't know if it was all the traveling that did it to me or whatever, but also for some reason I went to the U.S. Open feeling tired."

Els finished 15th at the U.S. Open and he was 34th at the British Open, just before he suffered the knee injury in a boating accident.

 

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