The rehabilitation of Tiger Woods knee surgery has taken a step forward.
In an interview with Good Morning America earlier this week, Woods revealed that he has been licensed to participate in “complete training.” Woods underwent arthroscopic surgery last month to repair cartilage damage in the left knee.
“Last week, I got permission to start full training, so one day I played 9 holes,” Woods told the show host Michael Strahan, “The knee is painful, but I have started lifting weights now, trying to get back my muscles and let my weight rise.”
Woods announced on Twitter on August 27 that he had a fifth knee surgery, adding that he is expected to “completely recover” and participate in the ZOZO tournament next month. Woods is still preparing to participate in the PGA Tour in Japan from October 24th to 27th. In fact, at the beginning of the game, he plans to play a hole with McIlroy, Jenson-Day and Matsuyama Hideki. Race.
Woods and Michael Strahan participated in the Nexus Cup at the Freedom Stadium. This is a new event hosted by Woods and the proceeds will be donated to his charitable foundation.
Woods did not fully swing in this race, but it seems that he is very strong. Woods also defeated Michael Strahan in the putt game.
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