Woods joined PGA Tour and US Presidents Cup player Kevin Chappell at his annual Tiger Woods Invitational event in California and the pair traded blows on the driving range in front of onlookers.
Not since Woods withdrew from the European Tour's Dubai Desert Classic in February citing back spasms has the golf public been treated to a video of his golf swing in real speed.
The 41-year-old tweeted his own video, showing his game may still may have plenty to offer while another Twitter post from one onlooker, @kevinromangolf, proves Woods' trademark club twirl remains among the best in the business.
Here's another clip of the TW clinic with Kevin Chappell for those who want them. Many more if wanted . pic.twitter.com/n6rxXzDhkH— Kevin Roman (@kevinromangolf) October 11, 2017
Woods' video comes just three days after he teased fans with his first release of a full swing video since his injury lay-off began.
There remains no indication of when Tiger Woods may return to competitive play, but the groundswell of interest in the progress of Woods' fitness suggests the big cat is still invaluable to the game.
Only two weeks ago, during his stint as a Presidents Cup assistant captain, Woods said he had not progressed beyond hitting 60-yard shots.
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