Everyone is saying the same thing after watching latest Tiger Woods clip

Did you notice it? Tiger Woods dresses up in Tiger costume for TaylorMade's 'Masked Swinger' Halloween video. 

Everyone is saying the same thing after watching latest Tiger Woods clip
Everyone is saying the same thing after watching latest Tiger Woods clip

Tiger Woods returned to the golf course as part of TaylorMade's 'Masked Swinger' Halloween video on Monday afternoon, but golf fans were all left wondering the same thing after viewing the clip. 

TaylorMade got five of its biggest PGA Tour athletes - Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, Scottie Scheffler and Tommy Fleetwood - to dress up in Halloween costumes and swing away on the tee box. 

Each of the players were dressed as a tiger, eagle, hornet, horse and dog. 

The brand then asked its followers to see if they could identify which player was in each of the costumes based on how they swung the club. 

It was actually a bit tougher than it initially looked! 

Here's the clip. Can you name them all? Scroll below for the answers...


Tiger: Tiger Woods

Eagle: Rory McIlroy

Hornet: Collin Morikawa

Horse: Scottie Scheffler

Dog: Tommy Fleetwood

The easiest one of the lot had to be Woods... please tell us you got that one correct! 

The McIlroy clip probably stumped a few people... it certainly did for us! 

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While golf fans were pleased to see Tiger back swinging away on the course, and most importantly with a smile on his face, the worrying aspect for many on social media was that Woods was the only one of the players not hitting balls. 

What does that mean? 

Here's a look at some of the comments: 

"Why did Tiger not hit a ball?"
"That cannot be a good sign he didn't hit a ball."
"Be surprised if he plays Hero now."
"Swing is still poetry, shame he didn't give it a go like the others though."
"Probs wise not to have hit a ball, could have made things worse."
"Dude said… 'I’ll put it on but I ain’t hitting a ball wearing this.'"

Perhaps not hitting a tee shot indicates a return to competitive action is still some way off for Woods as he continues his recovery from leg injuries sustained in his horror car crash of February 2021.

Or maybe it was just doctor's orders to not hit bombs in a Tiger costume. 

At the end of September, one source revealed how Woods "did not look right" when he was caddying for his son Charlie Woods in a tournament. 

It had been hoped Woods could be fit enough to compete in his annual Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas in early December, especially with three remaining spaces in the field left to fill

Let's hope that is still the case. 

There also remains hope that Woods will compete in the father-son PNC Championship with his young cub Charlie, who looked seriously beefed up the last time we saw him last month. 

That 36-hole tournament, which saw Team Woods finish second behind Team Daly in 2021, takes place just before Christmas. 

Woods will also be permitted to drive in a golf cart that week, which should make his life even easier to get around the course. 

Tiger's caddie Joe LaCava recently revealed what he considers will be Woods' playing schedule ahead of the 2023 Masters. 

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