Could we be seeing Tiger Woods back on the golf course sooner rather than later? Judging by a recent video going viral on X (formerly known as Twitter), that may just be the case.
Tiger is caddying for his son, Charlie, this weekend in the Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship at Koasati Pines at Coushatta in Louisiana. After Charlie hit is opening tee shot, the video continues as it follows the Woods boys off the tee box and shows Tiger — while carrying Charlie’s bag — walking without a limp, or at least without a noticeable one.
After withdrawing from the 2023 Masters, Woods got ankle surgery to further clean up his lower leg after his near-fatal car accident caused critical damage.
The marquee group of the Boys 14-15 @nb3jgnc division, Charlie Woods, Ekveer Minhas and Owen Coniaris, tee off on the 1st hole to begin their quest to win the National Championship!#CharlieWoods #TigerWoods #nb3 #jgnc #seeyouatcoushatta pic.twitter.com/M9LkU1pMm5
— Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship (@nb3jgnc) November 4, 2023
Earlier this week in Mexico, Stewart Cink told the media Tiger was practicing again.
“He said he started practicing,” he said. “I don’t know what for. I don’t even like to ever ask because he’s always afraid you’re going to go tell everybody so I just said I’m glad you’re practicing.”
Here are some reactions from social media.
Tiger Woods is gonna win multiple majors again pic.twitter.com/O064yGBsLm
— Frankie Borrelli (@FrankieBorrelli) November 4, 2023
— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) November 4, 2023