Close Friend Of Tiger Gives Update On Return – “I Don’t See It Happening In The Next 12 Months”


At the PNC Championship in December, the golfing world was treated to a sight that perhaps they thought they may never see again… Tiger Woods playing a competitive round of golf.

This was because only 10 months prior to the event, Tiger was involved in a serious car accident that left him with the possibility of amputation of his right leg. “I’m lucky to be alive and to still have the limb,” said Tiger in early December. “I’m very grateful that someone upstairs was taking care of me … (amputation) was on the table.”

Remarkably, Tiger made an unbelievable recovery and, what’s almost as amazing, is that alongside his son Charlie, the father and son duo managed to finish in the runner-up spot, only two shots back of John Daly and John Daly II.

Tiger Woods Hugs Son Charlie

Tiger and Charlie set a tournament record 11 straight birdies at the PNC Championship.

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However, throughout the build-up of the event, Tiger himself was heavily downplaying any possibility of a PGA Tour return soon. He did admit that “it is realistic I’ll playing the Tour one day, but never full time, ever again, but pick and choose, just like Mr. [Ben] Hogan did.”

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