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Tiger Woods practices at St Andrews as he prepares to make his latest return to the professional tour by competing at the 150th edition of the Open... with the 46-year-old looking to defy the odds to win at the Old Course for the third time
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Tiger Woods practices at St Andrews as he prepares to make his latest return to the professional tour by competing at the 150th edition of the Open… with the 46-year-old looking to defy the odds to win at the Old Course for the third time

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Tiger Woods has been completing a practice round at St Andrew’s as he prepares to make his return to golf at the 150th edition of the Open this week.

The 15-time major winner has not been seen on the professional tour since he pulled out of the PGA Championship after the third round in May due to injury.

He did play in the JP McManus Pro-Am charity exhibition on Monday and Tuesday, and he has now given a further indication that he will make the start line in Scotland by practicing at the Old Course.

Woods attempted his full array of strokes as he looked to be testing whether he is in condition to compete at the top of the leaderboard.

The American has previously claimed that he only enters into tournaments if he believes he is capable of winning them.

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Woods crashed his car in February 2021, which led to him suffering multiple leg injuries, and he appeared to still be feeling the effects of those at the PGA Championship.

Fans will be eager to see whether he looks to be in better shape this time around if he does opt to play at the Open.

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He has come back from injuries before, famously winning the Masters in 2019 less than two years after undergoing his fourth major back operation.

The 46-year-old will want to prove that he still has plenty left in the tank this week, and that he has an exceptional record at St Andrews.

He won at the iconic golf course in 2000 and 2005 and will hope to defy the odds and make it a hat-trick of victories next Sunday.

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