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Tiger Woods has been spotted out on the golf course watching his son Charlie as he continues to recover from ankle surgery.

Woods has not been seen hitting a club since withdrawing from the Masters and no timetable has yet been offered for the 15-time major champion’s return to action.

The injury-plagued 47-year-old underwent a subtalar fusion on his right foot in New York after pulling out of the major before a marathon final day back in April.

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It remains to be seen whether Woods will ever be in a position to compete in a major championship ever again as he continues to battle the injuries he sustained in a Los Angeles car crash back in 2021.

But, for now, Woods can enjoy the progress of his son Charlie on the sidelines as the 14-year-old makes his own way in the golf world.

Woods was recently reportedly walking the course at his son’s junior tournament at Old Palm Golf Club in Florida, and he has now been spotted with Charlie once again.

In a brief clip from TikTok user tiendogolf, Woods is filmed with the caption: “So awesome to see @tigerwoods out here today.”

The clip, which has quickly been shared across Woods fan accounts on social media, shows the legendary golfer leaning up against a golf cart with a heavily-strapped right leg.

There is also an image of Woods alongside a young fan, who he had signed a Titleist cap for.

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Woods has kept a low public profile during his extended recovery but did emerge into the limelight recently after being handed a new role on the PGA Tour’s Policy Board.

He was silent following the PGA Tour’s shock merger with the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, but has joined the board as a Player Director and thrown his support behind under-fire commissioner Jay Monahan.

“I am honoured to represent the players of the PGA Tour,” Woods said after his appointment.

“This is a critical point for the tour, and the players will do their best to make certain that any changes that are made in tour operations are in the best interest of all tour stakeholders, including fans, sponsors and players.

“The players thank commissioner Monahan for agreeing to address our concerns, and we look forward to being at the table with him to make the right decisions for the future of the game that we all love.”

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