Tiger Woods is exhibiting extra indicators of recovering from his damage as he nears a possible comeback to the skilled golf tour.
He is been sidelined since withdrawing from The Masters in April earlier this yr and lots of followers and pundits have puzzled when the 47-year-old might return to the game he is given a lot to, if he determined to in any respect with some fearing retirement.
The promising information comes on the Notah Begay III Invitational in Louisiana as he served as a caddy for his son, Charlie, and confirmed little to no indications of discomfort as discussions of his return continues to rage on in golf spheres.
While strolling together with his son does not sound like a lot, however contemplating his accidents which have included again issues following a severe automobile crash and mixed with the context that he hasn’t carried his sons golf equipment in current instances, it suggests he’s feeling bodily high-quality.
“So meaning he is in go-mode for one thing, and I believe we’re all pulling for him to really feel nearly as good as he can really feel,” Stewart Cink mentioned to Golf Week. “And if he is hitting golf balls, I believe he is moving into the fitting route.”
Tiger Woods needed to withdraw from The Masters following an aggravation of his plantar fasciitis (heel) after scuffling with arthritis and ache.
When might Tiger Woods return?
He might additionally seem on the Hero World Problem, which is held within the Bahamas and begins on November 30. It options some large names comparable to Jon Rahm however one spot is left unfilled with followers tipping Woods to occupy it.
After his final prolonged absence in 2017, Woods reappeared on the HWC and tied ninth. In 2019 he would go on to win The Masters after ending second on the 2018 PGA Championship.
He is most certainly to look on the PNC Championship together with his son, Charlie, which is scheduled for December 14 though it is not actually a aggressive event, it is good for him to spend some bonding time as father and son and to start to get into the groove as soon as once more.