'I'm full-bore with my practice sessions and have no restrictions; it's just a matter of getting my golf endurance up. I don't have my golf stamina back yet,' said Woods on his Web site.
'Many people have asked me if my swing has changed since the surgery, and the answer is no. I'm doing all the things I've been trying to do for a long time, but I can actually hit into my left leg without my bones moving. It is so much better than it ever has been because my bones aren't grinding against each other,' added the worlds No. 1.
Woods discussed the impending birth of his second child, which is due sometime next week, saying that would have a major impact on when he returns to action.
'As for my comeback to the PGA Tour, a lot depends on the baby, which is due pretty soon. That takes precedent over anything I do golf-wise, he said. Elin, Sam and I are very excited for the new baby to arrive, although that's when the real lack of sleep begins.'
Woods also talked about his recent visit to Washington, D.C., and his meeting with newly-elected President Barack Obama.
'It was such an honor to be invited and be a part of history and to speak about something that means so much to me, our men and women in the military. He was very busy, so we didn't get to talk much I did ask him if he wanted to play golf and he said, 'I'd love to.' So we'll make it happen.'