Tiger Woods Delivers Inspiring 2-Word Message About His Recovery That Should Excite Golf Fans

Since Tiger Woods suffered a devastating leg injury from a car accident in February, he’s moved through the recovery process. Woods has worked through the often difficult rehab behind his singular, driven focus of walking on his own again. However, the legendary golfer ramped up the excitement after sending a two-word message about his recovery that will excite golf fans.

Tiger Woods suffers devastating leg injury after car crash

Woods’ life took a devastating turn on Feb. 23 after his involvement in a single-car crash that resulted in suffering comminuted open fractures to his right tibia and fibula bones along with additional injuries to his ankle and foot.

The accident occurred in Los Angeles after his car left the road, rolled over, and tumbled into a tree. The 45-year-old spent a few weeks in the hospital before returning home to embark on his long recovery path.

The journey has featured arduous points as he’s worked his way back from a frightening incident that could have resulted in a much worse fate.

“This has been an entirely different animal,” Woods voiced to Golf Digest in May. “I understand more of the rehab processes because of my past injuries, but this was more painful than anything I have ever experienced.”

The 15-time PGA major champion has now ramped up the excitement around him after his latest social media post.

Tiger Woods delivers inspiring 2-word message about his recovery that should excite golf fans

Despite the significant uphill battle, Woods continues to push forward.

The recent chatter around his rehab work has generated plenty of excitement toward returning to the golf course. Woods ramped up that noise after posting a three-second video on Twitter on Sunday morning showing him taking a swing with the two-word caption “Making progress.”

It marked his first official update since April and the first instance posting a video of himself hitting a golf ball. Woods donned a compression sock on his right leg to help improve blood flow.

The latest update comes less than two weeks after TMZ Sports reported that he was seen walking around without crutches or any noticeable limp as he attended an event to watch his son, Charlie, play. A recent report from People Magazine further corroborated Woods’ significant progress with a source voicing that he’s making a “remarkable recovery.”

“Tiger has made a remarkable recovery in the past few months, but it’s even more significant lately,” the source says. “It’s like every day he can do more, he can handle more, the pain is less, and he’s feeling better.”

The discussion has now predictable moved over to a possible PGA Tour return.

Eyeing a return to the PGA Tour

Woods’ steady progress pushes forward the conversation toward when he could make his return.

The 45-year-old last competed in the 2020 Masters last November. Although there remains no time frame, fellow PGA Tour golfer Justin Thomas recently voiced on the No Laying Up podcast that he believes Woods will attempt a comeback.

“I know that he’s going to try,” Thomas said. “I don’t see him ever playing if he can’t play well. He doesn’t strike me as a guy who’s played at home and he’s shooting a bunch of 75s and 76s and he’s like, ‘OK, I’m gonna give Augusta a try this year.’ That’s not really gonna be him, at least from my understanding, what I know of him.”

Ultimately, only time will tell, but Woods is undoubtedly heading in the right direction.

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