We got out best news yet regarding Tiger Woods’ potential comeback to the PGA Tour this weekend.
On Sunday, the superstar posted a video of him taking swings at a range for the first time since he suffered a scary single-car crash that left him in need of surgery to repair his legs.
Tiger Woods Shares Video Of Him At The Driving Range https://t.co/uQR5Xxn3GQ
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) November 22, 2021
When longtime rival Phil Mickelson saw the video of Tiger Woods preparing for a long comeback to competitive golf, he had a message for the man who dominated his sport for so many years.
“Bring it,” Mickelson wrote to Tiger on Twitter.
As I’m hanging in Montana, it’s great to see Tiger swinging a golf club again. I know he can’t stand me holding a single record so I’m guessing HE wants to be the oldest to ever win a major. I’ll just say this. BRING IT!
— Phil Mickelson (@PhilMickelson) November 21, 2021
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With his win at the PGA Championship last year, Phil Mickelson became the oldest player to ever win a major tournament. But with Tiger Woods lurking, that record is now in jeopardy.
Woods looks like he still has a ways to go in his rehab before we can actually see him rocking the signature Sunday red while making a push up the leaderboard.
But Tiger Woods made one thing clear this weekend: he isn’t ready to retire from golf. And that should serve as good news for fans everywhere.