Tiger Woods spotted for first time since 'stepping up' for PGA Tour

The latest snap of living legend Tiger Woods will give hope to his legion of fans that he will return to professional golf in 2024. 

Tiger Woods spotted for first time since 'stepping up' for PGA Tour
Tiger Woods spotted for first time since 'stepping up' for PGA Tour

It's not exactly surprising Tiger Woods has taken a keen in interest in his son Charlie Woods' golf career. 

The big cat is routinely spotted attending his junior events in Florida and steps in as caddie on the odd occasion, even going so far as wearing a bib. 

Woods was snapped again recently at Old Palm Golf Club watching his son compete. 

Per TWLegion, a young competitor reached out to confirm that Woods, 47, was walking with no boot. 'Seemed to be walking fine,' the young player wrote.

Woods went under the knife once again after hobbling out of the 87th Masters in April. 

It was an horrific sight in truth and the 15-time major champion looked in absolute agony as he hobbled over to his bag before withdrawing. 

GolfMagic has already written everything you need to know about his latest surgery. 

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That subtalar fusion surgery ruled Woods out of the final three remaining majors in 2023. 

There is no timeframe for Woods' return but this news will undoubtedly give hope to his legion of fans that he will play pro golf in 2024. 

The golfer recently joined the PGA Tour's policy board, describing men's professional golf being at a 'critical point' amid the circuit's 'framework agreement' with LIV Golf's Saudi Arabian backers. 

Woods' decision was not taken lightly, according to PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan

There was speculation the golfer was absolutely furious the PGA Tour made an abrupt, about-face tour management policy by agreeing to try and broker a deal with the Saudi Arabian PIF

Woods and Rory McIlroy carried so much water for the PGA Tour in 2022 as they rallied against their mega-rich rival. 

"Tiger has stepped up for all of us on tour," said McIlroy before the FedEx St. Jude Championship. 

"And I think he realizes that the players that are on the policy board were trying to play regular golf, and at the same time try to navigate all these different things, as well.

"He's maybe got a little more time on his hands than we do."


The PGA Tour recently confirmed their full 2024 schedule and Woods' influence was evident. 

The event he hosts, the Genesis Invitational at Riviera, was one of the few tournaments to retain a 36-hole cut. 

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