Tiger Woods indicates comeback to top-level golf

Tiger Woods, the 14-time major champion sidelined by back surgery, says he expects more major titles and top-level golf despite having no timetable for returning to the sport.

Tiger Woods is in the middle of a period of inactivity due to injury, but has indicated resolve to get back to top-level golf.   -  AP

Tiger Woods, the 14-time major champion sidelined by back surgery, says he expects more major titles and top-level golf despite having no timetable for returning to the sport.





Woods, who turns 40 next week, posted pictures Thursday on Twitter and Instagram of his new dog "Bugs" with two other dogs and his two children, Sam Alexis and Charlie. Earlier this week, Woods said on his website that despite being idled by the latest in a series of injury setbacks, he sees himself back at the top level as he moves through his 40s.

"Where do I see myself in the next five to 10 years? I am still playing golf at the highest level and winning tournaments and major championships," Woods said.

"I'm just generally sore due to inactivity. It's a real test of my patience and my resolve. It's been hard, no doubt about it. In order to get better, you have to do nothing."