A day after withdrawing from the Safeway Open, Tiger Woods was filmed hitting balls at a clinic for his foundation at Monterey Peninsula Country Club.
In a series of videos posted to Twitter and Instagram by those in attendance, Woods can be heard offering tips, describing his new swing and giving a small insight into what his equipment set-up could be when he does return.
GolfWRX snapped a picture of his bag on Monday during a clinic at Pebble Beach, which was still laden with Nike clubs, but Woods confirmed that he is trying out a lot of new gear that has been sent to him.
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Former coach Hank Haney wasn’t impressed with what he saw.
That is no where near on course speed for him. https://t.co/68Afg7kePL— Hank Haney (@HankHaney) October 11, 2016
But the original poster, Steve Lutton, revealed he thought Tiger Woods did hit some shots at full speed.
@shanebacon He mixed it up. Some to me looked full speed.— steve lutton (@stevelutton) October 11, 2016
@secrettourpro just watched him for an hour at MPCC. Flushed every shot. Chips through driver. Looked healthy & happy.— steve lutton (@stevelutton) October 11, 2016
And, as for his withdrawal from this week’s PGA Tour opener, nobody dared ask the question to the 14-time major champ.
@jschil Nobody asked. I wanted to but didn't pull the trigger.— steve lutton (@stevelutton) October 11, 2016
What do these clips say about Tiger Woods' withdrawal?
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