Tiger Woods has revealed that he will make "a game-time decision" over whether he will participate in this year's Masters.
The five-time champion has not played a PGA Tour event since suffering multiple leg injuries, including two broken legs, in a car crash in February.
Before Christmas, Woods hinted that he would be targeting an appearance at the Open Championship at St Andrew's, giving him until July to prove his fitness.
However, Woods took a private jet to Augusta earlier this week to test his legs on a hilly course and to scout the various changes which have been made to the iconic venue.
Writing on social media on Sunday, the 46-year-old has suggested that he is doing everything possible to make a surprise outing in the first Major of the year.
I will be heading up to Augusta today to continue my preparation and practice. It will be a game-time decision on whether I compete. Congratulations to 16-year-old Anna Davis on an amazing win at the @anwagolf and good luck to all the kids in the @DriveChipPutt.— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) April 3, 2022
Woods, who last won this tournament in 2019, also has the option of just playing the Par-Three competition, which takes place on Wednesday.