"(The driving range) was my first chance giving it a chance to swing," Hawk told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Thursday. "I feel pretty good. I can't swing as hard as I would like. Since it is my right wrist, it's kind of hard to snap through, I guess."
Doctors repaired ligament damage during the surgery, which included inserting pins in the wrist, and Hawk had to wear a cast for a few months. He said the last piece of hardware was taken out last week.