We got out best news yet regarding Tiger Woods’ potential comeback to the PGA Tour this weekend.
On Sunday, the superstar posted a video of him taking swings at a range for the first time since he suffered a scary single-car crash that left him in need of surgery to repair his legs.
Tiger Woods Shares Video Of Him At The Driving Range https://t.co/uQR5Xxn3GQ
— SideAction (@SideActionHQ) November 22, 2021
When longtime rival Phil Mickelson saw the video of Tiger Woods preparing for a long comeback to competitive golf, he had a message for the man who dominated his sport for so many years.
“Bring it,” Mickelson wrote to Tiger on Twitter.
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As I’m hanging in Montana, it’s great to see Tiger swinging a golf club again. I know he can’t stand me holding a single record so I’m guessing HE wants to be the oldest to ever win a major. I’ll just say this. BRING IT!
— Phil Mickelson (@PhilMickelson) November 21, 2021
With his win at the PGA Championship last year, Phil Mickelson became the oldest player to ever win a major tournament. But with Tiger Woods lurking, that record is now in jeopardy.
Woods looks like he still has a ways to go in his rehab before we can actually see him rocking the signature Sunday red while making a push up the leaderboard.
But Tiger Woods made one thing clear this weekend: he isn’t ready to retire from golf. And that should serve as good news for fans everywhere.