It's hardly a surprise that lifelong Dodger fan Tiger Woods came to LA for Game 2 of the World Series (AJ Perez with a roundup from Dodger Stadium).
More intriguing is the latest news on his comeback, which includes him doing things that haven't happened with past comebacks: practicing in front of People-Americans, playing golf with People-Americans and involving caddie Joe LaCava early on in the process.
Brian Wacker reporting for GolfDigest.com.
Though no one who witnessed Woods’ latest round at Medalist could say for sure when he will play again -- Woods’ agent Mark Steinberg didn’t immediately respond to an email seeking comment -- those in attendance do think playing in the event is a possibility for the tournament host.
According to one source, while Woods was walking gingerly around Medalist his power in this latest session was evident. Woods has also been a fixture at the club in recent weeks after having been a ghost all summer.
“He’s been out there a lot lately, which is good to see,” the source said. “He looked really good to me hitting balls on the range. He was hitting driver high and far.”