European golf legend Tony Jacklin said he wouldn’t be surprised at all if we got to see Tiger Woods competed at the Masters in April this year. However, the veteran golfer has previously said that he still doesn’t know if he will compete on the PGA Tour or even the Masters.
In a recent interview, Jacklin mentioned that Woods is making pretty good progress and downplayed a lot of that. Notably, he suffered multiple leg injuries a year ago in a horrific car accident.
“For me, it looks like he is making good progress. He’s downplaying a lot of that,” said Jacklin, who spoke exclusively with GolfMagic regarding BoyleSports golf betting.
“Woods has such a strong soul”
“He alluded to the fact that walking on the court would be a tough one for him, but I wouldn’t be one bit surprised to see him walk up and down the Augusta National fairways in six weeks. He keeps everything close to his chest, he has a strong soul,‘ announced Jacklin.
He added: “Augusta is a tough guy because one of the things people don’t realize is how erratic it is. He is making good progress. He’s been on the PGA Tour (against SGL) and he’s had a great career up to this point with the PGA Tour and finances have not been an issue for him. You cannot spend what he has in ten lifetimes.”
As one of the richest athletes in the world, Tiger Woods has won 15 majors, 110 professional tournaments, and is the most successful golfer in the history of the sport.
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