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Golf-Woods posts first video of him practicing since Feb. car crash

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November 21, 2021

(Reuters) – Tiger Woods posted a short video showing him hitting golf balls on a driving range on Sunday, nine months after the 15-time major champion suffered serious leg injuries that required surgery following a car crash in Southern California.

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“Making progress,” Woods wrote in the caption to his Twitter post, which marked the first time he has been seen swinging a club since the February accident.

The video will boost hopes that the 45-year-old American can return to competitive golf after the accident raised doubts about whether he could make another comeback. He previously had to take time out from the sport following a series of injury setbacks, including surgery on his back five times.

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“We LOVE to see it!,” the U.S. Ryder Cup Team official Twitter account said in response to the video.

“Keep going @TigerWoods, we’re all cheering for you.”

(Reporting by Rory Carroll in Los Angeles, editing by Pritha Sarkar)

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