Tiger Woods shows injury progress as son Charlie struggles at tournament

Charlie Woods struggled at the Notah Begay III Invitational at Koasati Pines in Louisiana over the weekend, but it was his dad Tiger Woods’ accompanying him and his walking without a limp that captured attention.

Charlie, who qualified for the junior national championship with a 6-under 66 at the Last Chance Regional, shot a 73-74, bringing him to 5-over through 36 holes.

This score tied him for 23rd place before the final round of competition.

While Charlie struggled, his father Tiger acted as his caddy, carrying his bags and walking without any noticeable limp, which is noteworthy given Tiger’s history of injuries, including a car crash earlier this year.

Tiger Woods was able to walk and carry his son’s bags at the Noah Begay III Invitational.Getty

Tiger recently underwent ankle surgery to address arthritis and pain, as well as a reaggravation of his plantar fasciitis, which forced him to withdraw from the Masters.

While Tiger has accompanied Charlie to other tournaments, he has not previously been involved in as much walking or bag carrying. This has led to speculation about Tiger’s potential return to competitive golf, especially following reports that he has been practicing again.

Tiger Woods and son Charlie.Getty
Charlie Woods drives a golf ball as his father Tiger Woods watches.Getty

Stewart Cink, a fellow golfer, expressed support for Tiger’s return, stating that if Tiger is hitting golf balls, it’s a positive sign for his recovery and potential comeback.

Tiger has not played professional golf since withdrawing from the Masters earlier this year.

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