Woods posts video practicing short game

Woods posts video practicing short game

Woods posts video practicing short game

Woods tweeted a short video on Thursday showing him hitting a chip shot with a message that said, "Dr. gave me the ok to start pitching".

It's been a long, long time coming, but Tiger Woods has been medically cleared to start playing golf again.

Woods, 41, underwent a fourth back surgery in April to try to alleviate the pain that has plagued him for more than three years.

Woods last played a tournament in early February when he shot 77 and withdrew from the Dubai Desert Classic. He won 14 majors, the second-highest total of all time after Jack Nicklaus on 18.

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Nonetheless, it certainly heartwarming to see arguably the greatest golfer of all time getting back to what he loves.

He has still managed to generate headlines off the course, however, after being arrested for a DUI near his home in Florida in May.

Having spent 683 weeks as world number one in his career, Woods' current ranking is 1,121. Toxicology reports show he had five different drugs in his system at the time of the arrest.

Woods has won 14 majors, the second-highest total of all time behind Jack Nicklaus on 18, but has failed to add to that tally in almost a decade since the 2008 US Open.

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