Tiger Woods Is Pushing His Body to the Limits for the Fans and the Masters: ‘Freezing Myself to Death’

Tiger Woods made his comeback to Augusta National on April 7th. Moreover, the 15-time major championship winner is playing his first official event since 2020 November and is probably making the most incredible comeback in golf history. Recently, the 46-year-old professional spoke about how he will keep himself physically fit to compete in the coming rounds.



On Thursday, Woods started his 2022 Masters camping with a solid first round. He teed off at 11:04 AM ET in his first round. The 82-time PGA Tour winner was paired with Louis Oosthuizen and Joaquin Niemann. Not to forget Tiger met with a fatal accident in February last year. As a result, he was out from golf for nearly nine months and is making his comeback at Augusta National this week.



Moreover, after his heroic first round, Woods spoke about how he will prepare for his second round. He opened up about all the treatments he would receive to make sure he would be physically fit for the moving day.



Woods spoke about his recovery treatment after his first-round after being asked how he is preparing for his second round. He said, “A lot. Lots of treatments. Lots of ice. Lots of ice baths. Just basically freezing myself to death. That’s just part of the deal. And getting all the swelling out as best as we possibly can and getting it mobile and warmed up.”


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