Tiger Woods still hasn't confirmed he will be returning to competitive golf as he continues to recover from multiple back surgeries, but it's looking more likely with every new swing video he posts to social media, the latest of which came Sunday. Woods, who has not played competitively since withdrawing from the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in February, posted a video of himself teeing off with a driver - while wearing red, obviously.
Tiger Woods is back hitting full iron shots for his social media followers, Donald Trump is somehow getting even better at golf and Lexi Thompson looks like she's preparing for a role in the sequel to "Top Gun." All that and more in this week's edition of The Social. Plenty of things have “broken the internet” over the last few years. Kim Kardashian’s anything, that white and gold blue and black dress and, oh yeah, just about anything Tiger Woods related.
Here's the situation: 145 yards out ...12 hours ... 500 golf balls ... could you find the bottom of the cup with just one of them? Long story short, no, you probably could not. But neither could Edoardo Molinari, so don't feel so bad. The 36-year-old Italian gave it his best shot though, and nearly went crazy in the process as you can see in the video below brought to you by the European Tour. Luckily, they've edited it down to just under six minutes for your viewing pleasure.
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