sport news Tiger Woods to make his latest return from injury in Limerick as he gears up ... trends now

sport news Tiger Woods to make his latest return from injury in Limerick as he gears up ... trends now
sport news Tiger Woods to make his latest return from injury in Limerick as he gears up ... trends now

sport news Tiger Woods to make his latest return from injury in Limerick as he gears up ... trends now

Tiger Woods to make his latest return from injury in Limerick as the American gears up to play his 'favourite course in the world' in the 150th Open at St Andrews Tiger Woods will feature in a star-studded line-up at the JP McManus pro-am  He has not been seen since he pulled out of the US PGA Championship in May The American, 46, won the Claret Jug at St Andrews in 2000 and 2005 

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If you had to choose a place for Tiger Woods to mark his latest return from injury, then Limerick in Ireland is probably not the city where you would start.

Yet that is the unlikely setting where you will find the 15-time major champion on Monday and Tuesday in his one public outing before competing in the 150th Open at St Andrews.

The 46-year-old has not been seen since he pulled out of the final round of the US PGA Championship in Tulsa in May. 

Tiger Woods will feature in a star-studded line-up at the JP McManus pro-am this week

Tiger Woods will feature in a star-studded line-up at the JP McManus pro-am this week

Clearly in a great deal of pain from the right leg that has practically been rebuilt since his horrific car accident in Los Angeles 16 months ago, there were fears he would miss out on the showpiece at the Home of Golf.

Happily, such worries appear to have been misplaced following another six weeks of intensive treatment. As ever with Tiger, there have been no updates on his progress or whether he needed more surgery to ease the discomfort. Perhaps more news will be forthcoming on Monday.

In the meantime, there was a cute video on social media last week of him indulging in

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