Tiger Woods return at the 2022 Masters
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Last February Tiger woods faced a car accident. After that Woods for the very first time has come back in public at the Hero World Challenge but not in the PGA Tour actually.

All his fans are very much hoping for the return of Tiger Woods in a major championship competition (PGA Tour included).

Woods is hoping to provide a possibility of return in the golf course which could be happened anytime. He has been practicing in a finite way. Moreover, he added that it could be a bit problematic right now if he engaged in any tournament.

But to be very honest his chances of returning in the 2022 Masters is very least. As he is not properly fit for participating till now though he is practicing and trying his best to manage.

He is mentally able to walk a tournament for 72 holes but not physically actually. Because this may hamper his health very much.

Till now it is heard that Woods is ready for the PGA Tour. But he himself hasn’t declared the time or any date.

Wood’s accident:

Last year on 23rd February a single vehicle was crashed that created a worse situation. He was immediately taken to Harbor- UCLA Medical Center.

To brace the foot bone (tibia and femur bones) a rod was implanted into his right foot. He was also hurt in his ankle and brutal bone. That was really a miserable day for him.

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Tiger Woods returns to a golf course:

Fortunately, Tiger is now improved a lot from that situation (not fully) and making mind to play the role of host in the tournament. It will be his 16-year-old back as a PGA Tour Debut since 1992.

As we mentioned before that he is not still capable enough to participate. So, he hasn’t even committed to The Masters Tournament. Moreover, there is also some sensitive issue lying that can not be ignored.

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He added: I wish I could tell you when I’m playing again. I want to know, but I don’t. My golf activity has been very limited. I can chip and putt really well and hit short irons very well, but I haven’t done any long stuff seriously. I’m still working.”

He further added: “I can walk on a treadmill all day, that’s easy. That’s just straight, there are no bumps in the road. But walking on a golf course where there are undulations, I have a long way to go.”

It’s been 18 months off from any competition. He is very much certain that he will never win the Masters title even if he participates. As 18 months is a big time. It won’t be even justifying for his body to give such pressure. It needs some time to rebuild like before. It is not that easy at all. He needs to re-build and acquire the fitness once again that he carried on his winning year of Masters 2019.

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