There’s no doubt it’s been an eventful year for Tiger Woods. His arrest back in May hit the headlines and the video of him and his behaviour during the arrest shocked the world. He commented on his life and game in his blog just before the Presidents Cup. The 2017 assistant captain for the U.S. team said, ” I’m feeling good, strong and doing really well. About my most recent surgery, it’s nice not to live in pain anymore. I’m sleeping better because I don’t have any nerve pain going down my leg. It makes a world of difference.” Commenting on his game-play Woods said, “I’m starting to hit the ball a little further – 60-yard shots. I have not taken a full swing since my back fusion surgery last April, but continue to chip and putt every day.” He’s obviously working really hard to stay in shape and get himself as recovered and back to normal as he possibly can.
Amazingly he is able to work out six days a week, alternating between the treadmill, bike riding, swimming and lifting twice a day. He stated that his, “muscle tone is coming back, but I’m not in golf shape yet. That’s going to take time.” With regards the Presidents Cup he stated that he was, “fired up… It will be great to be around the guys and try to help our team any way I can to win. I had a blast doing it last year at the Ryder Cup and we have another great captain in Steve Stricker. We tried to keep the band together with Jim Furyk, Davis Love III and myself, and added Fred Couples, to maintain consistency and unity.” He commented on the young age of many of the players and the first-timers, but is confident that the guys involved have played well all year. Here’s to a great tournament.
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