Tiger Woods hasn't played since last August, and he's fallen to no. 524 in the world ranking. He said Monday he can't spend nearly as much time practicing as he used to, saying he's yet to play 18 holes but is physically capable of playing a full round.
Tiger Woods posted a video of him swinging a 9-iron in a golf simulator on Wednesday to shoot down rumours on social media that suggested his recovery from back surgeries had worsened to the point he could not even sit in a chair.
Tiger Woods' future is uncertain, and even the golfer himself doesn't seem to know what will happen next. But there was no visible indication from Woods during a week in the Bahamas that this was the end.
In a rare and lengthy interview with Time magazine, Tiger Woods says he has a 'fantastic' relationship with his ex-wife Elin Nordegren and that he has taken steps to explain to his two children what happened to their marriage.
Tiger Woods has not started rehabilitation for a second back surgery he had a month ago, and he said Tuesday he would face another "tedious and long" process that suggests it might be awhile before he competes again.