Despite being dazzled by 13-year-old Charlie Woods over the course of the two-day father/son jaunt in Florida, it was really the big cat that caught Bones' attention.
Bones knows all about Tiger's genius having been on the bag for Phil Mickelson for more than two decades, winning multiple major championships alongside Lefty.
Bones had a front row seat to one of the best golf rivalries we have ever seen and he left the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club thinking to himself that 2023 is a Ryder Cup year.
He couldn't, could he?
Consider Bones Mackay among the converted from Tiger Woods' PNC Championship performance.— James Colgan (@jamescolgan26) December 18, 2022
"I was impressed by a lot of things this week. Nothing impressed me more than how well [Tiger] played.”
"I was out there thinking, oh my gosh, it's a Ryder Cup year." pic.twitter.com/fdMsZWiyow
Seeing Woods participate in the Ryder Cup might be too optimistic, given the grim reality of what the 15-time major champion needs to do in order to play golf even with a cart.
This writer would be shocked if he managed three majors in 2023. What do you think?
Woods revealed the extent of what he has to do in his daily life before the PNC Championship to rehab his leg that was crushed by steel in his single vehicle car crash in February 2021.
Tiger sleeps with a boot on, making sleep difficult. The boot sometimes grazes against his left leg, causing a flow of blood.
Asked about what he is doing, specifically, with his therapy, Tiger said:
Speaking to the media after the PNC, Bones said:
However, he added:
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Tiger also spoke of Bones shortly after Charlie trolled him inadvertently.
Charlie suggested he was shocked with how well Tiger played on Saturday.
Tiger chimed in: