Trevor Immelman Backs Tiger Woods For 2023 Masters Return

Former Masters champion Trevor Immelman supports Tiger Woods’ return to action this year. Woods hasn’t played competitive golf since the British Open at St Andrews in July, and Immelmann said Woods will be in competitive action ahead of the Masters at his National in Augusta in April. I think I will return to

Immelmann pushes Woods return

2008 Masters champion and South African golf hero Trevor Immelman is pushing Tiger Woods to return to the game of golf this year. The 43-year-old believes he can see Woods in action at his 2023 Masters at his National in Augusta, Georgia in April. The American golf superstar is eligible to play in any of the four majors as a former champion.

Woods is a five-time Masters winner and has expressed his love for Augusta on several occasions. Having won his 15th major championship, most recently he won the Masters in 2019 and was considered one of the most incredible comebacks in sports history.

Woods was seriously injured in 2021 after a brutal car accident in California. Since then, Woods has struggled with the walking part while playing golf, not the same as before. However, Woods recently appeared in “The Match” with Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth at the Pelican Golf Club in Florida in December 2022.

Woods then reappeared at the PNC Championship a week later, appearing with his Charlie. With his team Woods finishing tied for eighth place, Tiger was showing signs of being able to return to competition.

In a recent interview with Reuters, Trevor Immelman revealed that Woods is working hard on his health and fitness and aims to get back to big-time golf as soon as possible. , hopes Woods will return in the coming months.

“I spent a lot of time with him towards the end of last year and as always he works hard,” Immelmann revealed.

“His work ethic is unmatched and he tries to do everything he can to not only provide a functional life for his family, but also to be able to compete.

“I expect him to play the Masters. He has to make sure he’s ready to walk that course four or five days in a row. His game was pretty good, so for me that would be the only question mark for him.

“He expects to play four to six events this season,” Immelman said. “I think a lot will come down to how the major golf courses are set up for him.”

Fingers crossed to see Tiger back in action at the first major of the year in Augusta National, Georgia. Seeing Woods in action again at the Masters would be a spectacular sight for golf fans around the world.

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