Tiger Woods "LOOKS HUGE" in first public sighting in over a month

Tiger Woods is spotted for the first time in over a month via Popstroke. It certainly looks like he's been pounding the weights in the gym ahead of his PGA Tour return. 

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Wed, 9 Feb 2022
Tiger Woods "LOOKS HUGE" in first public sighting in over a month

Tiger Woods has been spotted in public for the first time in over a month following a sighting of him with Popstroke competitor Jaden Petersen. 

Popstroke shared an image of Woods standing with a beaming smile (and huge arms) next to Petersen, who was dressed in a Tiger Nike cap and Nike apparel just like his hero. 

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Judging by the latest snap of Woods, it's evident he has been working hard in the gym. 

 

 

The popular TW Legion Twitter account tweeted: "NEW: Our first Tiger sighting in over a month. Photo was taken yesterday, TW met with PopStroke competitor Jaden Peterson."

"Tiger is looking big," tweeted one Tiger fan.

"He’s gotta be hitting the weights hard. I can’t help but think he’s preparing for yet another come back in which he supersedes all of our wildest expectations."

Another commented: "Don’t know how TW feels but he looks great. Hope he goes to Augusta and plays par 3 with Charlie."

Woods' backed PopStroke, an experimental and casual-dining business, has announced it will be opening seven new locations in 2022. 

PopStroke was founded in 2018 and then in 2019, Woods joined the company in a strategic partnership to develop the facilities across the United States. 

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Woods made his first competitive start since his horror crash nearly 12 months ago at the PNC Championship in the middle of December 2021.

He teamed up with his son Charlie Woods and the pair performed admirably, particularly Charlie, as Team Woods finished second to Team Daly in the annual father-son tournament. 

Woods is aiming to return to the PGA Tour at some point in 2022 but his close friend and former PGA Tour winner John Cook does not believe we will see the 15-time major champion in competition again until the same tournament with his son later this December. 

The former World No.1 has made it clear that he wants to play in the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews.

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