Tiger Woods is determined to make a comeback with the upcoming PGA Tour, according to close friend and confidante Justin Thomas. The legendary golfer was involved in a horrific car accident in February this year.

Speaking on the No Laying Up podcast, Thomas provided an update on Wood’s health following his near death experience in the car cash. The 28-year-old said he had been checking up on his good friend two or three times a week in Florida.

The star golfer revealed that Woods, 45, is determined to return to the big leagues with the PGA Tour, which begins Nov. 11 at the Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston, Texas.

“I know that he’s going to try. I know how determined he is and I know he’s going to want to at least try to give something again.”

The legendary golfer was involved in a massive car accident that took place in California February. According to Los Angeles County’s sheriff, the multi-time champion had to be “extricated from the wreck” of his vehicle by rescue officials.

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