Tiger Woods spotted at son's junior event

Any photo of Tiger Woods creates a stir but when he's holding a golf club, after all that's happened to him this year, it's a bit special.

Woods was unable to make it to the Ryder Cup recently, because of his injuries though partly maybe because of the hullabaloo that would have gone with it, but he has been spotted keeping an eye on his son, Charlie, on the range at a junior event in Florida.

The news came via a posting on the @TWLEGION twitter account which read: "BACK ON THE COURSE — Tiger Woods was seen this weekend in Florida watching his son compete at a junior event. TW was wearing a sleeve on his right leg & golf clothes on the range with a club in hand. First sighting in quite some time." (Post credit: Mack Williams / Facebook)

Woods has been in recovery after his car accident in February where he 
suffered fractures to his tibia and fibula in his right leg, along with other damage to the lower leg – he has also had screws and pins inserted into his foot and ankle – after driving at nearly twice the speed limit prior to the single-car crash, with the black box revealing that the vehicle had hit a tree at 75mph according to the police.
He has been spotted in the previous months, including watching his son Charlie at another junior event in April as well as doctors appointments.