Tiger Woods' life is like Groundhog Day at the moment, according to frequent visitor and friend Justin Thomas.
The big cat has not spoken publicly since his car crash in February but golf fans and journalists have been going into overdrive of late as it looks like it's all systems go for the 45-year-old. At least, he's walking again - which is enough to give us hope. That's all we ever need. A flicker.
He's been written off before and he came back to win the Masters and equal Sam Snead's PGA Tour record of 82 victories. So why should we write him off now? He's walking again. He is risen. He'll be able to manufacture a golf swing again, of course he will. That's what we tell ourselves. Convince ourselves.
But despite his life resembling the classic film starring Bill Murray, Woods is appearing to keep himself busy. From hunting for trophies to watching his son Charlie chase the dream he once had to watching daughter Samantha play soccer. He's also just shared a pretty cool moment for him on a personal level.
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This week the TGR Foundation celebrates its 25-year anniversary. "I cannot believe this week we will be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of @tgrfound," Woods posted. "We have come a long way. I am so proud of our hard work and thankful for everyone who helped us get here.
The TGR Foundation was launched when he was 20 years old. In the wake of 9/11, he said he wanted to do more. He said he wanted a permanent, safe space for kids to explore their dreams. To help children who were born with less.
The achievements of the foundation are remarkable, to say the least. More than two million students have benefited from their STEM programs. There is a scholarship progam named after his father Earl Woods, too.
Woods is due to host the upcoming Hero World Challenge in Albany, Bahamas, where 15 of the world's top 20 are pegging it up in the no-cut event.