Tiger Woods back at driving range: ‘Making progress’

Tiger Woods on Sunday shared a three-second video clip of himself hitting golf balls for the first time since his February car crash.

“Making progress,” was the caption on the video posted to Woods’ social media accounts, the first official update of his condition since April.

In the video he is wearing a compression sock on his right leg, which sustained serious injuries when he crashed his SUV on Feb. 23 in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Woods, 45, sustained open fractures to his tibia and fibula, which needed a rod inserted to aid healing, and also foot and ankle injuries that needed screws and pins placed to aid in stabilization.

The 15-time major champion’s future on the PGA Tour remains uncertain. Woods has not competed in an official tournament since the Masters in November 2020.

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