Multiple PGA Tour winner Daniel Berger has teased his forthcoming return to pro golf.
Berger has not been able to play for more than a year after a persistent back injury forced him to the sidelines.
Berger had first noticed the problem with his back during the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.
He decided to try and play through the pain, taking multiple ice baths after tournament rounds.
Berger probably should have won the Honda Classic but he surrendered a five-shot lead in the final round.
However the extent of his injury meant his quality of life was severely diminished. "I couldn't sit down," he said.
The 30-year-old previously explained to the Associated Press the extent of his problems:
The injury for Berger followed his impressive Ryder Cup performance where Team USA dominated the Europeans 19-9 at Whistling Straits.
At the time, he was at a career-high 12 in the OWGR but he has now slipped outside the top 250.
Surely it won't take him too long to climb up the rankings. He has now posted a video, teasing his return.
"Back to work", the caption reads as Berger hits a driver.
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