While Tiger Woods will not be competing in this week’s Hero World Challenge due to injuries sustained in a vehicle accident in February, the tournament host has continued to practice in the Bahamas.
Woods was spotted on the back of the range at Albany on Sunday for the fourth time this week. He was wearing his Sunday red this time, and he was hitting even more drivers.
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Woods indicated earlier this week that he didn’t expect a comeback like the one he started four years ago at this event.
Woods, who went on to win the 2018 Tour Championship, 2019 Masters, and 2019 Zozo Championship, remarked, “I don’t see that type of pattern moving forward for me.” “Given the state of my leg and my build-up, I won’t be able to practice.” I simply don’t believe it. I’ll just do it in a different way, which is fine and I’m fine with it because I’ve done the climb enough times.”
Woods’ surgically repaired right leg appears to be feeling better, as seen by his several range sessions this week, maybe indicating that he is preparing to compete in the two-round PNC Championship with son, Charlie, later this month.