‘Oops, I don’t have a leg’…Woods caddies for son in good health

Tiger Woods (USA) is healthy and caddying for his son, signaling that his return to the field may not be far off.

On June 6, Golfweek and other U.S. golf publications posted a video of Woods caddying for his son Charlie at a recent junior golf tournament in Louisiana.

The video shows Woods walking around the course with his son’s bag slung over his shoulder.

In the video, Woods shows no signs of discomfort as he walks from the teeing area to the fairway.

He even walked downhill and looked as comfortable as if he were walking on flat ground.

Woods underwent surgery after the Masters in April to treat inflammation of the peroneal bone in his right ankle.

The inflammation was reportedly an aftereffect of a compound fracture he suffered in a car accident in February 2021.

Woods’ miraculous comeback from a car accident in 2021 that narrowly escaped with his life has been plagued by after-effects both large and small. 캡틴토토

She was often seen limping and struggling to walk during tournaments, and after her surgery in April, she didn’t compete at all.

However, Woods was recently spotted taking full swings at a public lesson and even played a round with his son Charlie, suggesting that he is preparing to return to the field.

Woods is likely to return next month at the Tiger Woods Foundation’s Hero World Challenge or the PNC Championship, a family golf tournament. (Yonhap)

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