Paige Spiranac, a golf beauty, expresses her delight at Tiger Woods' "extraordinary" comeback.
Paige Spiranac has expressed her elation at the prospect of golf legend Tiger Woods returning to the sport next week.
Spiranac, an ex-golfer who now focuses on Instagram modeling, expressed her surprise on social media that Woods would be returning to the green.
Next week, Woods will compete in the PNC Championship, also known as the Father/Son Challenge, in Florida with his son, Charlie.
He recently posted a video of his practice shots on social media, but no one expected him to return so quickly.
"He's winning another major," Spiranac said shortly after reposting the video.
"I can't believe we get to see Tiger play again, and with his son. It's going to be really special. I'm excited," she added on Twitter.
Woods has been out of action since sustaining an injury in a severe car accident in February. He has won 15 major tournaments, including the 2019 Masters.
The 45-year-old was seriously injured and was on the verge of having his leg amputated.
"It's hard to explain how difficult it has been just to be immobile for the three months, just laying there," he said in a recent press conference.
"There were some really, really tough times in there, and the pain got pretty bad at times," he continued, "but they helped me get through it, and I'm on the other side now."
"I don't see this leg returning to what it was, and I'll never have my back to what it was, and the clock is ticking," he said.
"I'm not getting any younger; I'm getting older."
"All of that combined means that a full schedule and a full practice schedule, as well as the recovery time required, is something I don't want to do."
The PNC Championship is a 36-hole event with competitors who have won major tournaments in the past.
For a chance to win, they team up with their parents' children.
c. The tournament will begin on Thursday, December 16th, and will run from December 16th to 19th at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando.
"Although it's been a long and difficult year, I'm very excited to finish it off by competing in the PNC Championship with my son Charlie," Woods said.
"I'm playing as a father, and I'm ecstatic and proud."
The 20 duos' official lineup was announced earlier this week.
Woods has also expressed interest in competing in a few special one-off tournaments, including the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews in July.