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Tiger Woods 'feeling fantastic' before return at Hero World Challenge

Woods won his first major - the Masters - in 1997 at the age of 21, but his last was in 2008



Former world number one Tiger Woods says he is "feeling fantastic" as he prepares to return to action at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

The American, 41, has had multiple back operations in recent years and withdrew from his last tournament in Dubai in February with back spasms.

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Tiger Woods to make competitive return at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods has not won a tournament since 2013



Tiger Woods will make his competitive return to golf after nine months out with injury at the Hero World Challenge from 30 November to 3 December.

The 14-time major champion, 41, is recovering from a fourth back operation in the past three years and has not played since withdrawing from February's Dubai Desert Classic.

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Tiger Woods 'can do as much as he needs to do'

Tiger Woods has not won a tournament since 2013



Tiger Woods has been cleared by his doctor to hit golf shots at full power as the 14-time major winner continues his comeback from back surgery.

Woods, 41, is recovering from a fourth back operation in the last three years and has not played since withdrawing from February's Dubai Desert Classic.

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Tiger Woods has nothing to prove to anyone - Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy (left) and Tiger Woods shake hands on the 18th green during the final round of the 2015 Masters



Tiger Woods is a "legend of golf" and can "walk away from the game with his head held extremely high" when he decides to retire, says Rory McIlroy.

Fourteen-time major winner Woods, 41, has had multiple back operations in recent years, and on Wednesday said he may never return to competitive golf.

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Tiger Woods admits he may never return to competitive golf

Tiger Woods won his first major - the Masters - in 1997 at the age of 21



Fourteen-time major winner Tiger Woods has admitted he may never return to competitive golf.

Woods said he had even doubted whether he could work as a captain's assistant at this week's Presidents Cup because riding in a golf buggy "hurt too much".

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