Tiger Woods is still on crutches six months after from his horrific car crash.
The golf legend shattered his right leg in the accident, which saw him smash into a tree at 87mph.
Woods had to be cut from the totalled car and was then taken to hospital in Los Angeles.
Recent images showed Woods outside a Beverly Hills hotel this week and was able to put weight on his injured leg, a significant step forward in his recovery.
The 15-time major winner was also in the area to host the annual Genesis Invitational event at the Riviera Country Club, but was unable to participate due to an ongoing back issue.
Golf.com tweeted the pictures via TMZ/TWSpot and said: “Positive signs for Tiger! Woods was seen bearing weight on his injured right leg on his way to a doctor appointment in L.A.”
In May, Woods spoke about his recovery and taking things slowly as he aims to get back to full health.
"My physical therapy has been keeping me busy," he said.
"I do my routines every day and am focused on my No1 goal right now: walking on my own. Taking it one step at a time.”
Following the accident, the all-time leading PGA Tour winner suffered ‘open fractures affecting the upper and lower of the tibia and fibula bones, meaning extensive surgery was needed to ensure the 45-year-old could operate his right leg properly again.
Speaking ahead of the 3M Open in Minneapolis, five-time PGA Tour winner Fowler confirmed the 2019 Masters champion was working hard in his rehabilitation.
Fowler said: “I know he’s been getting after it as far as rehab goes, that takes up most of his day.
“I know as kind of stubborn as he is, being as big of a golf nerd as all of us are, he’s putting the work in. I know it's been tough. It's a long road till now, he's got a long road ahead, but he's putting the work in.”