Originally posted on YardBarker | Last updated 5/16/2022
The anticipation of seeing Tiger Woods compete in the PGA Championship this week has been building ever since he returned to the links for the Masters and said he planned on playing at Southern Hills this May. It has completely boiled over now that the big event in Tulsa, Oklahoma is finally here and Woods looks ready as ever to compete at a high level.
But what’s more exciting than seeing Woods warm up for the big event is hearing how much healthier he is feels than when he was at Augusta National about five weeks ago when he struggled to walk up some of the hills on his surgically-repaired right leg.
“It’s only going to keep getting stronger,” Woods told reporters, via ESPN. “The more I use it, the more strength it gains. Am I ever going to have full mobility? No. Never again. But I’ll be able to get stronger. It’s going to ache, but that’s the way it’s going to be.”
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