Reports From Tiger Woods’ Sunday Practice Round At Augusta National Continue To Build Already Significant Hype

Reports Of Tiger Woods' Sunday Practice Round Building Masters Hype

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  • The Tiger Woods Masters hype continues to build.
  • Reports following his Sunday practice round at Augusta National are nothing but promising.
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The hype and anticipation around Tiger Woods possibly teeing it up in this week’s Masters was already palpable. After his Sunday practice round, and with the reports out of Augusta National, things have reached a new peak.

Woods flew to Augusta, GA last week and played a practice round alongside his son Charlie and Justin Thomas. He then flew back to Augusta on Sunday and announced that his decision to tee it up or not come Thursday would be “a game-time decision.”

Based on the reports following his practice session on Sunday, all signs point to him and his swing looking dialed in.

“Woods played beautifully along the second nine of Augusta National in a practice session that lasted a little over two hours and never appeared laborious,” Jim McCabe wrote on Sunday at

“Woods certainly looked like a competitive golfer in deep study, not one searching for answers.”

Tiger Woods’ Swing Looks Great

The five-time Masters winner hasn’t played a competitive round of golf in 17 months following his February 2021 car accident. Woods admitted that he feared he could’ve lost his right leg following the accident and multiple surgeries, but despite the sever injuries, Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee thinks Woods’ swing looks fantastic.

“That’s a massive turn with the upper body for any tour pro, let alone a 46 year old recovering from a major injury and a history of back trouble. Looks to be clearing and extending beautifully as well. Heard he smoked it today. Extraordinary story if he plays,” Chamblee wrote on Twitter.

Woods arrived at the Augusta National practice on Monday afternoon around 1:30 PM EST as he continues to do everything in his power to tee it up for Thursday’s opening round.