Golf fans watched the sport for years during Tiger Woods' reign. The fact that Woods has been out since April of this year is certainly frustrating for everyone. If we were to list his achievements and trophies, it would take us a long time to list them all.
That is enough indication of how much Woods is missed by everyone. Ever since his withdrawal from the Masters this year, we have been eagerly awaiting his return. Taylor Zarzour, a well-known sportscaster, caused optimism among golf fans by emphasizing that Woods is feeling much better and that the recovery is going in the right direction.
We will have a chance to watch his return at the Hero World Challenge.
"On all accounts, and I've talked to a number of people down in South Florida that have been around Tiger lately, he's not limping as much as he was.
He's walking much better. "- Zarzour said, as quoted by golfmonthy.com
Tiger Woods and his plans for 2024
Woods is not a person who talks a lot about himself and reveals plans lightly. However, Zarzour learned that Woods could play 5 or 6 tournaments this year.
Many are wondering which tournaments he'll play in, but for now, all the details are not known. It will take some time. "And he's telling people - and he doesn't say much about forecasting for the future - but he's telling people that he thinks he can play five or six tournaments in 2024, that walking isn't going to be as much of a problem as it was over the last couple of years."
Tiger Woods' road to recovery
The immediate priority for this golfer should be a full recovery.
If he gets on the road to full recovery, we'll have a good chance of seeing the old Woods on the golf course. There is no need to rush at this point. Woods surely already knows that.