Tiger Woods’ game is said to be “completely back” amid whispers of a Masters comeback
As speculation about Tiger Woods intensifies, it appears that the golf legend may be returning to his former level of competition.
One of the greatest golfers of all time may be in shape to compete in the Masters once more. That is, if he is going back to Augusta National Golf Club for the famous tournament.
Tiger Woods’ game appears to be exactly where it should be. According to a tweet from TWLegion, Rex Hoggard remarked on the Golf Central Podcast that Woods’ game is “entirely back,” according to people who have spoken with him.
According to the tweet, Hoggard remarked, “What I’ve heard from people in South Florida is the actual game itself; ball speed, club head speed, it’s all there, it’s all back.”
🚨#NEW: “What I’ve heard from people in South Florida – the actual game itself; ball speed, club head speed, it’s all there, it’s all back.” — @RexHoggardGC today on Golf Central podcast.
— TWLEGION (@TWlegion) March 30, 2022
If that’s the case, and Woods’ game is indeed “all back,” that’s fantastic news for golf fans all across the world.
This news could not have come at a better time for the Masters.
Tiger Woods’ game is said to be “all back” in the lead up to the Masters
Will Woods make the trip to Augusta and compete in the Masters this year if his game is where it should be?
That’s a fascinating question.
Woods looks like he has been looking at Augusta National Golf Club recently. Most likely, he wants to see if he can walk around the course after having surgery on his leg and back.
We haven’t heard anything about how his stroll went or how he feels now. With that said, all the signs point to Tiger going on the hunt soon rather than later.