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Tiger Woods spotted caddying for son Charlie, sparking speculation of a return to the game

Tiger Woods’ recent activities, including caddying for his son Charlie at two tournaments, have hinted at an imminent return to competitive golf.

Woods underwent ankle surgery in April and has made few public appearances since then. However, he has been photographed more often in recent weeks, hitting his first home run since the surgery and visiting a course of his own design.

Earlier this month, Woods caddied for Charlie at the Notteberg III Junior Golf National Championships, where Charlie tied for 17th place. Woods revealed that he is now pain-free following ankle surgery, but admitted that caddying for Charlie took a lot out of him.

This week, Woods was again photographed caddying for Charlie at the Florida State High School Championship. Charlie shot a 78 on the first day to finish tied for 36th and a 76 on the second day to finish tied for 26th.

Tiger Woods spotted caddying for son Charlie, sparking speculation of a return to the game

While officials have yet to confirm whether Woods will return to the tournament, there is still a spot available in the Hero World Challenge, which he hosts. That tournament will be held Nov. 30 in the Bahamas. Woods could also play in the PNC Championship in December, where he often competes with Charlie.

Woods’ recent activities have sparked speculation that he is on the verge of a comeback. His pain-free status and participation in the Charlie Championship suggests he is confident in his recovery. Participation in the Hero World Challenge and the ability to use a cart at the PNC Championship further increases the likelihood of his comeback.


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