Fans react to Tiger Woods’ golf return to the PNC Championship

Sunday’s final round of the PNC Championship brought throngs of people to the Ritz Carlton Golf Club in Orlando to see Tiger Woods return to action after his horrific car crash. The golf legend nearly lost one of his legs in a car accident in Los Angeles. just 10 months ago. “If you’ve ever witnessed a walking miracle, today I witnessed it watching Tiger play golf after the destruction that befell him,” said fan Jo Carter. “And then seeing his clone right next to him, walking like him, hitting the ball like him and playing golf like him was truly amazing, and it’s an experience you’ll never forget.” Woods competed alongside his 12-year-old son, Charlie. “I think he might have a better swing than his dad,” said fan Brian Chang, who brought his own son with him to watch Woods play. “You don’t know how many more years he’ll be playing, so I just wanted him to see Tiger in the flesh.” The return was not taken for granted. Fans particularly enjoyed the weekend because they feared Woods would never play golf again after his accident last February. “My wife had never seen Tiger, but I’ve probably seen him 20 times,” said fan Ken Fischer. “After that injury, not knowing if he would ever come back and having had the opportunity to see him play, I said, ‘Let’s go and let her see Tiger Woods.'” Charlie’s performance made the Fans even more excited about the Tiger legacy lead the way and said he was inspiring the next generation of golfers. “He’s the reason I started playing golf in 1999,” Chang said. “I wanted to go out to see the legend.”

Sunday’s final round of the PNC Championship brought throngs of people to the Ritz Carlton Golf Club in Orlando to see Tiger Woods return to action after his horrific car crash.

The golfing legend nearly lost a leg in a car accident in Los Angeles just 10 months ago.

“If you’ve ever witnessed a walking miracle, today I witnessed it watching Tiger play golf after the destruction that befell him,” said fan Jo Carter. “And then seeing his clone right next to him, walking like him, hitting the ball like him and playing golf like him was truly amazing, and it’s an experience you’ll never forget.”

Woods competed alongside his 12-year-old son, Charlie.

“I think he might have a better swing than his dad,” said fan Brian Chang, who brought his own son with him to watch Woods play. “You don’t know how many more years he’ll be playing, so I just wanted him to see Tiger in the flesh.”

The return was not taken for granted. Fans particularly enjoyed the weekend because they feared Woods would never play golf again after his accident last February.

“My wife had never seen Tiger, but I’ve probably seen him 20 times,” said fan Ken Fischer. “After that injury, not knowing if he would ever come back and having had the opportunity to see him play, I said, ‘Let’s go and let her see Tiger Woods.'”

Charlie’s performance made fans even more excited about the legacy that Tiger leads and said he is inspiring the next generation of golfers.

“He’s the reason I started playing golf in 1999,” Chang said. “I wanted to bring [my son] go see the legend.”

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