Tiger Woods injury update: New video sends golf fans into frenzy - 'More lives than a cat'

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Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 06/11/2023

- 14:55

Updated: 06/11/2023

- 15:32

The sports icon has been plagued by issues over the past decade

Footage of Tiger Woods walking comfortably has sent gold fans into a frenzy.

The 47-year-old has had issues with his back and knees in recent years, especially after a horrific car crash in early 2021.

Woods had surgery on his ankle in April to help with the arthritis and pain he's been suffering from.

The golf legend also had to withdraw from the Masters as a result, leading to concerns over his long-term future in the sport.

But Woods looked comfortable while watching his son, Charlie, take part at the Notah Begay III in Louisiana over the weekend.

The American caddied for his son, carrying his bags comfortably with no sign of a limp.

And boxing fans have been blown away by the footage, with many stunned at how well Woods was moving.

One supporter said on X: "How is he walking? This dude Tiger is something else. More lives than a cat."

A second said: "We may one day enjoy father and son in the Augusta Masters Final."

"Tiger looks healthy," remarked a third user.

A fourth opined: "Champ in the game."

A fifth predicted: "Tiger Woods is gonna win multiple majors again."

And a sixth weighed in by saying: "Best his walk has looked since the accident."

The footage of Woods has raised the possibility that he could return to golf next year.

Meanwhile, PGA Tour star Stewart Cink recently revealed Woods has started going through the motions as he gears up for a potential comeback.

"He said that he's started practising, which I think is a great sign,” Cink told Golf Channel.


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“I don't know what he's practising for, but he said he started practising, so that means he's in ‘go mode’ for something.

“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 practising.”

Woods has won 15 Masters titles throughout his career, establishing himself as one of the best players in the history of golf in the process.

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