Tiger Woods continues to make progress in recovering from the traffic accident he suffered on February 23 in California, when the car he was driving overturned and suffered serious injuries to his legs. El Tigre uploaded a video to his Twitter account on Monday in which, for the first time since the accident, he is seen hitting balls on a driving range.
The 45-year-old American appears wearing a compression mesh on his right leg, which took the worst part, with several fractures. Yet his movements are fluid And, more than an isolated shot to record a video that satisfies the fans, it seems that he is carrying out a training session, since he has more balls next to him and is surrounded by chops.
This is the latest in a process whereby we have seen the winner of 15 majors regain shape with great discretion, but leaving several pills: First it was a video walking by its own means, then the first public appearances and now it is back in contact with the sticks. He is expected to have a speech during the Hero World Challenge, the exhibition tournament in the Bahamas that raises funds for his foundation and which kicks off on December 2. When he will re-enlist as a player in a tournament is still unknown.