Tiger Woods filmed kicking golfer's bag on range at Valhalla ahead of US PGA

Tiger Woods' bromance with Justin Thomas was on full display before the 2024 US PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Kentucky.

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods' bromance with Justin Thomas was on full display ahead of the PGA Championship

Woods, 48, arrived at Valhalla Golf Club for the second men's major of the year on Sunday evening. 

The GOAT hit some balls on the range then played nine holes sporting a look we haven't seen in years

Thomas arrived on Monday afternoon but caught up with Woods on Tuesday. 

Woods walked over to greet his 'little brother' on the range as the two-time major champion honed his irons. 

Before doing so, he playfully kicked Thomas's Titleist Tour bag to get his attention. 

Then the duo embraced. 

Watch the clip here:


Woods and Thomas have made no secret of how fond they are of each other. 

The 15-time major champ has previously said Thomas and his teenage son Charlie are 'like brothers'. 

Before the 2024 PGA Championship, Thomas opened up on his friendship with Woods in an interview with The Times of London

Thomas told the paper he has watched Woods' iconic 2000 US PGA Championship win at Valhalla at least 100 times. 

Woods has won the major four times in his illustrious career. 

When he won in 2000, Woods prevailed in a playoff over Bob May. 

Thomas was seven years old at the time. 

Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

"I would say I’ve watched that tape of the 2000 PGA at least 100 times," Thomas said.  

"Whenever there wasn’t something on TV, I’d just pop it into the VHS, even though it got to the point by the last couple of sessions that I basically knew every word Jim Nantz said in it off by heart."

Thomas is a two-time major winner. Both of his successes came at the PGA Championship. 

He has struggled with his game since triumphing at the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills

A few weeks ago, Thomas said he 'took for granted' how good he was during the early part of his career where he lifted multiple PGA Tour titles and became the world number one. 

Scottie Scheffler is the overwhelming favourite to win his third major title this week. 

Brooks Koepka is the defending champion and is in good form. 

As is Rory McIlroy, who claimed the Wells Fargo Championship last week. 

McIlroy said he believed the 'stars are aligning' for him to break his 10-year major drought. 

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