Promising Details Emerge From Tiger Woods’ Practice Round At Augusta National Ahead Of Looming Masters Decision

Promising Details Emerge From Tiger Woods' Practice Round At Augusta

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  • Reports from Tiger Woods’ practice round at Augusta National on Tuesday seem to be great.
  • Woods played with Justin Thomas and his son Charlie.
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Tiger Woods flew to Augusta, Georgia on Tuesday morning to give his body a test run on the not-so-easy trek that is Augusta National. A new report about his day at Augusta is promising, at the very least.

Earlier on in the day on Tuesday it was reported that Woods and his son Charlie hopped aboard his private jet en route to Augusta. Shortly after arriving, big Woods and little Woods linked up with Justin Thomas for a practice round.

It was unclear whether the practice round was going to consist of just 9 holes, all 18, or simply a walk around the historic property. According to ESPN’s Marck Schlabach, Woods played all 18 holes on Tuesday.

“He played every one of them,” a source told ESPN. “He looked good to me.”

It may be a brief statement, but the fact that Woods reportedly played all 18 holes on Tuesday is music to anyone’s ears hoping to see him tee it up in next week’s Masters.

While the walk and 18 holes were certainly tests, the real test will likely come in the morning for Woods. He, and everyone else, will be anxious to see how his body feels after his long walk around Augusta National on Tuesday.

Nevertheless, as things stand right now, it’s quite clear that Woods is doing everything in his power to make his return to competitive golf next week.

As of Tuesday evening, Woods is still listed on the Masters’ official website as a player in the field. Woods has not played a competitive round of golf in 17 months following his single-car crash in February of 2021.