Tiger Woods has been spotted walking freely on the golf course without any crutches or a limp as he watched his son Charlie Woods playing in a junior tournament at the weekend.
A video surfaced on TMZ Sports on Monday afternoon.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
#NEW Video: TMZ has obtained a short vid that shows Tiger Woods walking unassisted at the junior tournament yesterday. Short clip but enough to see he’s progressing nicely, ( source: https://t.co/LYvO1x4ak5) pic.twitter.com/ok0nOzCLZY— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) October 11, 2021
Woods has been recoving from severe leg injuries sustained following his horror car crash in Los Angeles at the end of February.
He had been described by surgeons at the time of the crash as being "very lucky to be alive."
FEATURE: IS THIS THE MOST EXCITED WE HAVE EVER BEEN ABOUT TIGER WOODS RETURNING?!
Images of Woods emerged on social media on Saturday evening with the former World No.1 watching his son Charlie.
According to TMZ Sports, a witness said: "Tiger, who is still wearing a sleeve on his surgically repaired right leg, was in great spirits, alternating between walking holes and riding around in a golf cart for others."
The report adds: "We're told Tiger was speaking with fans throughout the tournament, thanking them for encouraging words while he was following Charlie around the track."
CHECK OUT THE LATEST IMAGES OF TIGER ON THE RANGE HERE
BACK ON THE COURSE — Tiger Woods was seen this weekend in Florida watching his son compete at a junior event. TW was wearing a sleeve on his right leg & golf clothes on the range with a club in hand. First sighting in quite some time. (Post credit: Mack Williams / Facebook) pic.twitter.com/U7Ie42ZxOE— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) October 9, 2021
RELATED: WHAT ARE THE ODDS OF TIGER'S SON WINNING A MAJOR?
Woods was expected to make it to the Ryder Cup in some capacity but he couldn't get there as physically he wasn't quite in the right place.
He kept in contact with his United States team mates and even texted them on the Saturday evening: "Step on their necks".
The United States won 19-9 against Team Europe in the largest Ryder Cup victory of the modern era.