Positive update on Tiger Woods recovery as he is spotted without boot on, days after joining PGA Tour Board

Rian Noctor

Tiger Woods at the 2023 Masters (Image: Masters Media)

It may be dim but there is light at the end of the injury tunnel for Tiger Woods as the 15-time major champion has been seen walking without a boot for the first time since his surgery four months ago.

“TWLEGION”, a twitter account which follows Tiger Woods, said on Saturday that there was no update and said sightings of Woods were “limited to non existent”.

In response to the post a follower replied stating that he had played in a junior event with Charlie Woods and said Tiger was walking without a boot and seemed to be fine. A photo of Woods in a cart was attached with the comment.


It’s a big boost for Woods who underwent a subtalar fusion procedure to treat his post-traumatic arthritis after pulling out of the 2023 Masters mid way through the tournament.

The news comes days after the announcement that Tiger Woods had joined the PGA Tour’s policy board.

Woods headed up a group of 40 players who signed a list of demands to be put to PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan, which he agreed to.

The appointment of the most influential golfer of all time could establish a big shift in the battle between the PGA Tour and its players after a year of unrest since LIV golf was created and the subsequent merger between the Tour and the PIF.

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