Tiger Woods delivers an auspicious message, showing off the ups and downs of training for the first time since the accident

Tiger Woods delivers an auspicious message, showing off the ups and downs of training for the first time since the accident


We’ve rarely heard of Tiger Woods since his serious car accident in February, but he provided an entirely positive update on Sunday from the range.

Since Tiger Woods was involved in a single car accident in February that caused serious injuries to his leg, arguably the greatest golfer of all time is unheard of.

Perhaps the most frequently mentioned about the 45-year-old has to do with his peers on the PGA Tour who often mentioned Woods talking to them and sending them words of encouragement, especially around the time of the Ryder Cup. Apart from that, we didn’t understand much about his progress or anything in that context.

However, on Sunday Woods caused quite a stir for the golf world when he posted a video of himself hitting golf balls — and hitting them — with a simple message that sounds very promising: making progress.

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From what we can see in this video, it’s clear that Woods is still recovering due to a sleeve that put pressure on his leg to increase blood flow. It’s also clearly not running at full speed or anything close to that.

Having said that, Woods has reportedly told a number of people that he intends to try to come back. This is something that the “progress” message he posted with the accompanying video will definitely suggest.

We, of course, don’t know what that comeback will look like or when it will be. However, in the way Woods has spoken whenever he’s said or briefed us on something since the accident, the expectation – even if it’s against the odds – is that we’ll see the 15-time main champ on the golf course at some point again.

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