The rumor bed bodies. Does Golf SuperStar Tiger Woods calculated at the US Master’s Comeback?
Nothing exactly one does not know. But at Eldrick Tint “Tiger” Woods also meet a few indications to put the golf world in bright excitement one week before the US Masters. “As I hear, Tiger is in Augusta. If he plays,” wrapped the English golf legend Sir Nick Faldo at Twitter, “that will be an absolute highlight and one of the biggest moments at the Masters.”
Basis of euphoria are reports of ESPN and Sports Illustrated, Woods on Tuesday, just under 14 months after his heavy car accident, on the Magnolia Lane a complete round with his 13-year-old son Charlie and his buddy Justin Thomas, number seven of the world rankings, played Has.
Woods completed “every single” hole completed, ESPN quoted an anonymous source, and he looked “good”. Site tracking websites also showed that a Woods-registered machine started on Tuesday morning in South Florida and landed on the regional airport of Augusta.
Furthermore, the actor and director Justin Wheelon was posted from the Golf Mecca at Twitter to a photo, which is to show some distance to the putting Woods. Whether it’s actually Woods? You can only negotiate. How is the photo currently being? Good question.
Tiger Woods won five times in Augusta
After all, the 46-year-old, who won five times in Augusta and gave one of the great sport comebacks with his triumph 2019, is still on the list of participants – as the winner of the Green Jacket he is entitled to live on lifetime. In addition, Woods has also been announced for the Champions Dinner on April 5, two days later begins the first major tournament of the year.
His return to the competition would be too beautiful history. The eternal upturn Woods, which has been fighting against back problems for many years, threatened the amputation of both legs after his capital traffic accident in February 2021. He had to learn that his walking again.
With his son Charlie, he has only participated in a family tournament since then. Start of March, at his inclusion in the glory hall of golf, Woods did not want to call a schedule for a comeback.
“My right leg does not look like my left leg, let’s say it so,” he explained in February at a press conference. His recovery needs “time,” he said. Maybe that’s ripe now.
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