Tiger Woods on future goals and current problem

"A lot of things are aching a lot more than my ankle, which is the way it goes."

by Sead Dedovic
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Tiger Woods on future goals and current problem
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Tiger Woods and his son Charlie impressed many with their performance at the PNC Championship. Although they did not manage to win, as a duo they were fantastic. The fans paid special attention to Tiger, considering that it was not clear how ready he was. Looking at his performance, it seems that Woods may soon show the true version of himself. Even though the injury is causing him problems, the fact that he can train and do the things he wants makes this great golfer happy.

“I think that given the fact that if I'm able to practise and do the things that I know I can do, and prepare, I know that I can still do it. I can still hit the golf ball.

It's just a matter of prepping and get enough reps in and get enough work in and being right physically, and endurance capability of it."- Woods said, as reporter by golfmonthly.com

For him, the most important thing is that he can practice. His leg is causing problems, but he does not doubt that he will solve that problem as well. Many people miss the old Woods who wowed us with his moves on the golf course. We hope that we can see such a Woods in the future.

“I haven't had the leg good enough where I've been able to compete and play a lot of rounds. I've had a lot of procedures over the years, and that's just part of it.

I know if I can practise, I know I can still do it. I can still hit the golf ball. I can still chip. I can still putt. Granted it's also putting it all together for 72 holes. That's the challenging part of it.”

Tiger Woods talks about his injuries

It is interesting that Tiger did his best from the first day to return as soon as possible. Although the doctors could not predict the exact date of his return, Woods did not give up. Now that he is here with us again, he will not stop training and strive for a full recovery. Tiger still has a lot to do!

“A lot of things are aching a lot more than my ankle, which is the way it goes. I'll be able to walk and play. We've been working out hard, been able to recover.

We've been training every day, which is great. It's been nice to knock off a lot of the rust and some of the doubt that I've had because, quite frankly, I haven't hit a shot that counted in a long time.

So having to post a score and hit shots on the right number, and hit shots with consequence, it's been nice.”

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