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Injury Update for Tiger Woods: The 48-Year-Old Is All Set to Win in 2024

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Tiger Woods, the golf legend, is prepared for his 2024 campaign! The 48-year-old has missed many PGA Tour events due to surgery and an accident. He is currently in the rehabilitation phase, though, and he is optimistic about the next season.

The 15-time major winner was recently highlighted in a Foreplay Golf video. In the video, he used an iron, a fairway wood, and a driver to assist the team with their shots. However, by sitting properly on his knees on the ground, he offered fans even more optimism for his 2024 season!

In the video, Woods is shown sitting on his knees and hitting his one-in-a-million shot without displaying any signs of difficulty or agony. He was at his best since the shot was just as accurate as it had been earlier. In 2024, his admirers can anticipate a prosperous campaign from the renowned golfer, which is anticipated to begin with the Genesis Invitational.

An extremely positive lesson can also be learned from this picture. Despite his declaration that he would only participate in one event every month in 2024, Woods’ physical state suggests he is capable of more. Therefore, it won’t come as a shock if the American golfer participates in a few PGA Tour events closer together. Nothing is tough for Woods when it comes to golf, according to his countryman, so it will be interesting to see what he does next!

Prior to the Genesis Invitational, fans will also get to see Woods in person. The 48-year-old is probably going to show up for the PopStroke miniature golf facility’s grand opening in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. PopStroke is a mini-golf entertainment firm that is jointly owned by TaylorMade Golf and Tiger Woods.

Following his recent split from Nike, Woods will be searching for a new apparel partner in the interim. Even though Greyson is thought to be his top pick, he recently collaborated with Team TaylorMade’s Fore Play Golf in a video, which has sparked more rumors.

 

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