Tiger Woods 'flushes' balls at clinic

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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.

Read more -> Nick Faldo weighs in on Tiger's latest setback


Former coach Hank Haney wasn’t impressed with what he saw.

But the original poster, Steve Lutton, revealed he thought Tiger Woods did hit some shots at full speed.

And, as for his withdrawal from this week’s PGA Tour opener, nobody dared ask the question to the 14-time major champ.

What do these clips say about Tiger Woods' withdrawal?

What do you make of the Tiger Woods clips? Do you think they raise more question than answers about his withdrawal from the Safeway Open? Let us know in the 'Comments' section below.

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