Heartening Tiger Woods News: Latest Surgery a ‘Very Positive Thing’ for the 47-Year-Old’s Speedy Return to Golf, Says Surgeon

After withdrawing from the 2023 Masters, Tiger Woods recently shared another major health update with his loyal fans. The golfer took to Twitter to announce that he had undergone subtalar fusion surgery to address post-traumatic arthritis in his right leg, which was injured in a car wreck in 2021.

The 5-time Masters winner was visibly troubled during his appearance at the Augusta National earlier this month due to his injury-related challenges. As fans worry about whether Woods can bounce back, a well-known foot and ankle surgeon made a big revelation about the golfer’s surgery!

Since the tragic car accident in 2021, Tiger Woods has been a shadow of his former self. From disappointing outings to abrupt withdrawals, the 15-time major champion is yet to make a stellar comeback. His struggles have saddened many fans, who now worry if the 47-year-old will win another major.

According to Professor Nima Heidari, however, the golfer’s chances of returning to form are very probable. He expressed that Woods can watch and play the game pain-free once he has recovered. Heidari specializes in foot, ankle, and limb reconstruction and has over two decades of experience.


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