His Health Improving, Tiger Woods Eyes Contending at PGA: ‘I Feel Like I Can’

Tiger Woods practices from a bunker at the 2022 PGA Championship.

Tiger Woods is back at Southern Hills 15 years after his 2007 PGA win, and feels he can contend again.

TULSA, Okla. – Tiger Woods does not know if there is a limit to how much better his damaged right leg, ankle and foot can be one day, but he said Tuesday that he’s seen progress since the Masters and that he tried to increase his workload to get ready for the PGA Championship.

Woods, who made a surprising return last month at Augusta National, is playing his second tournament since the February 2021 car crash that left him hospitalized for weeks and unable to walk unaided for months.