Tiger Woods is almost all the way back, but it was only a year ago, he thought it was all over. Woods dove a little deeper into that subject Wednesday when asked about comments made by six-time major winner Nick Faldo, who told radio host Dan Patrick that he overheard Woods at the 2017 Masters dinner for past champions say that he was “done” and that “I won’t play golf again.”

Now he’s played in 14 PGA Tour events, with two runner-up finishes, five top-10s and a good chance to make the Tour Championship. He is also expected to be picked for the U.S. Ryder Cup team.

“What he’s been able to do is unbelievable, remarkable,” Faldo, a CBS and Golf Channel analyst, told Patrick. “To go from a frozen back, I know he whispered to another Masters champion two Masters dinners ago, ‘I’m done. I won’t play golf again.’ And here we are 18 months later.”

Tiger is feeling great, and if you watched the US Open, you know he’s so close to being 100% back. The future of golf is once again bright.