The former World number one performed at a clinic on Thursday
Tiger Woods' comeback to competitive action seems to be getting closer after the former World number one, took part in a golf clinic in North Carolina on Thursday.
Woods has not swung a club in anger since taking part at the Wyndham Championship last August. Since then, the 40-year-old has had two back surgeries.
Fan footage of Woods' comeback has been released sporadically in the last 24 hours with the 14-time major winner impressing the crowd throughout the clinic.
Tiger is definitely back! His swing is looking flush. Only matter of time he will be back. Last night --- 'I miss kicking everyones asses.' - @TigerWoods Tiger is such a awesome guy, spent time with us, played pingpong and basketball... He will be joining us on the first tee in a few hours! 😍 Follow me on snapchat - @mlee.27 for more snapchats of him and the tournament I'm at. #NikeGolf #SageValley @golfchannel @golfdigest @nikegolf
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Despite missing The Masters, Woods' progression may allow him to play in the remaining three majors of the season. A comeback may happen as early as next month, with The Players Championship at Sawgrass a realistic chance of seeing another comeback.