Tiger Woods posts first video on Twitter since car crash

Tiger Woods has posted his first video on Twitter since crashing his car in the early hours of 2 February. Woods has not played since that day and left the US Open to seek…

Tiger Woods posts first video on Twitter since car crash

Tiger Woods has posted his first video on Twitter since crashing his car in the early hours of 2 February.

Woods has not played since that day and left the US Open to seek treatment for his marriage, personal life and personal well-being. He had a brief look at the course at Torrey Pines, where he had won in 2008, in November before withdrawing with back spasms and returning to his home in Florida.

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In the video, Woods practises one or two shots from the fairway and while standing on the 10th tee. There is no audible crowd but there is a few people on the perimeter of the fairway who seem to be snapping a photo or video of Woods. Woods’ son, Sam, is with him at the time.

He posted the video on his Twitter account and wrote: “First ever official video shot from the driving range since I crashed my car back in February. To see the smiles on my kids, my caddie’s face and my fans around the world was fun – I had a blast!”

The video shows Woods occasionally smiling as he takes shots and putsts.

Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) First ever official video shot from the driving range since I crashed my car back in February. To see the smiles on my kids, my caddie’s face and my fans around the world was fun – I had a blast! pic.twitter.com/7bruelfI8B

An unofficial video posted on Twitter earlier this month shows Woods from behind during practice. It is a somewhat longer, more intense recording, although is blurred for the duration of the video.

Woods, 42, was released from a Mississippi hospital in late April after seeking treatment for back spasms. He has not played since Torrey Pines. Woods did not set a schedule for his return to golf, saying he would make one early next year.

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