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This is like rising like a phoenix from the ashes. After a bout of uncertainty, Tiger Woods is all set to participate in the historic 150Th Open. With the 150th British Open just five days away, Tiger Woods got in a full 18-hole practice round on Sunday at St. Andrews.
It’s not something he has previously done ahead of major tournaments since his return to the PGA Tour.
Woods played just nine-hole practice rounds in the lead-up to both the Masters and PGA Championship earlier this year because of the physical limitations he is still experiencing in the aftermath of the February 2021 car wreck that nearly cost him his right leg.
Those majors are the only two tournaments Woods has participated in since the wreck, which resulted in multiple fractures.
This time around, with Justin Thomas playing alongside him, Woods worked his way through 18 holes as he looks to compete in another Open championship at St. Andrews. Of his three Open championships, two came on this course — one in 2000 and another in 2005.
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