“I played more than I thought, but I’m positive” Woods still looking at the majors

Will Tiger Woods (USA) compete in major tournaments next year?

Woods and his son Charlie participated in the PNC Championship (total prize money of $1,085,000) held at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club (par 72) in Orlando, Florida, USA on the 18th (Korean time), and jointly scored 13 under par 59 strokes in the first round. tied for second place.

Woods, who played with Charlie for the third time this year, was limping due to the aftereffects of the accident and plantar fasciitis, but boasted of perfect harmony with his son and reduced the number of strokes. Charlie also revealed that 스포츠토토 Woods shot more than expected due to a bad ankle, but he reliably supported his son, such as a successful chip-in-eagle on the 5th hole (par 5).

“Every time I get a chance to spend time with my son, it’s always special,” said Woods, who competed at the PNC Championship following last week’s The Match.

As for the condition of his feet, he said, “I don’t really care. I think being here with my son is far more important, and having the opportunity to experience this is far better than having my feet creak.”

He also mentioned this year. Woods suffered serious leg injuries in a car accident in February last year. He was diagnosed with having to have his leg amputated, and it was predicted that Woods would never be on the field again. However, after steadily rehabilitating, he picked up the club again and competed in the Masters, PGA Championship, and Open this year.

Of course, the results were not good. In the Masters, he finished 47th after passing the cut, but at the PGA Championship, he withdrew after the third round due to leg pain and missed the cut in the Open.

Woods looked back, saying, “At the beginning of this year, I competed more than I thought I would. I got the opportunity to play in three major tournaments, and I played a lot more than I thought. I think it’s positive.”

“This offseason wasn’t a real offseason. I stretched things out a bit,” he said. “But on Monday, I stop everything and take care of my feet. I can practice, but I can’t walk. I can shoot and I can do everything.” But you can’t get from A to B.”

AFP reported an interview with Woods and said, “He is not sure about his plans for 2023, but hopes for his return to the majors.” 

Woods said, “I would have thought better if I didn’t have this feeling on the soles of my feet. I need to stretch so that I can rest and heal.”