Why this video of Tiger Woods caddying is creating buzz online

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The Tiger Watch continues and fans have been treated to a fresh video to pour over thanks to an outing for Charlie Woods.

Woods cut short his 2023 season after just two outings after pulling out of the Masters despite making the cut.

He had ankle surgery not long after limping out of Augusta National but his recovery has been protracted and difficult.

The latest glimpse of Tiger has fans believing that a return to action could be coming soon.

Tiger showed up for Charlie Woods as he turned out in the Notah Begay III Junior Golf National Championship.

Tiger was serving as caddy to his son and carried the bag for 54 holes with seemingly no trouble at all.

Recently Stewart Cink revealed that Tiger Woods told him that he has returned to training.

“He said that he’s started practicing, which I think is a great sign,” Cink told Golf Channel. “I don’t know what he’s practicing for, but he said he started practicing, so that means he’s in ‘go mode’ for something.

“I don’t even like to ever ask because he’s always afraid you’re going to go tell everybody, so I just said I’m glad you’re practicing.”

It’s been a big month for Tiger Woods and not just because he is walking without a limp.

The first of his forays into golf architecture hosted a PGA Tour event in a groundbreaking moment for Woods.

Before starting construction in Cabo, Woods and his crew were working on other projects. However, El Cardonal was the first to actually welcome play, as Tiger Woods himself made a ceremonial first tee shot during the 2014 ribbon-cutting.

According to his own admission, Woods considered his pro-am partners more than his peers when designing the course. It wasn’t supposed to be unduly punitive. El Cardonal’s landing zones are spacious in keeping with that intention.

The paw-print, flash-faced bunkering at El Cardonal was inspired by courses that Woods had taken before, particularly the George Thomas layouts at Stanford and Riviera. The choices for ground-game and the firm turf are influenced by Tiger’s love of Australian Sandbelt golf.

The Legacy, Woods’ second project in Diamante, is a private club accessible exclusively by invitation that has already been compared to Las Vegas’ Shadow Creek.

El Cardonal is the second course at Diamante, which initially drew the interest of architectural enthusiasts in 2009 when Davis Love III’s highly renowned Dunes Course opened. The Dunes, as its name implies, meanders through a sandy coastal environment, whereas El Cardonal is situated higher up and deeper inland. From all 18 holes, El Cardonal has views of the water.