The golf legend may be eyeing another comeback, fellow golfer Stewart Cink told the Golf Channel last week
Tiger Woods is putting one foot in front of the other — and looking good while doing so!
The 47-year-old golf legend was seen over the weekend caddying for his son Charlie at the Notah Begay III Junior Golf Championship in Louisiana, walking with Charlie's bag and without a noticeable limp.
In a video shared on SB Nation’s Playing Through on X, Woods walked quickly alongside his 14-year-old as he played in the tournament.
Charlie was at 5-over and tied for 23rd going into the final round on Monday, but the father-son seemingly looked to be savoring their special bond. It was the second time Tiger was seen caddying for Charlie in recent months — the pro also carried his son's clubs in September as Charlie clinched his berth in the November tournament.
News of Tiger’s speedy gait comes more than six months after he withdrew from the Masters before the fourth round, having re-aggravated his plantar fasciitis.
Tiger underwent “successful” fusion surgery on his ankle later that month to address arthritis issues in his leg.
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In April, he told reporters that he is struggling with “constant” leg pain, an ongoing issue after suffering serious injuries in his California single-car accident in February 2021.
Explaining that he deals with "constant" right leg pain, Tiger also told reporters that his leg remained "sore" after the Masters’ first round. "Hopping on the left leg is fine," he added. "If I did it on the other one, not so fine,” per ESPN.
Yet through it all, the icon is seemingly on the cusp of returning, fellow golfer Stewart Cink shared last week.
Speaking to the Golf Channel, Cink, 50, speculated that the 15-time major champion looked to be preparing for another comeback.
"He said that he started practicing, which I think is a great sign,” Cink said. “I don’t know what he’s practicing for, but he said he started practicing. So that means he’s in go-mode for something, and I think we’re all pulling for him to feel as good as he can feel, and if he’s hitting golf balls, I think he’s going in the right direction.”
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