Woods’ current goal is to walk alone: The champ said 15 times after a car accident that the ability to walk remains his top priority.
Tiger Woods is currently still in recovery after his serious car accident in February in Los Angeles. Woods suffered incredible damage to his femur and shin, which required rods and pins to aid in his stability.
Since the accident, his days have been going through tough days rehabilitating his right leg that has suffered the most. However, the 15-time lead winner is no stranger to injuries throughout his career undergoing multiple surgeries.
“This was a completely different animal.
I understand more rehabs due to my past injuries, but this was more painful than anything I have ever experienced ‘
The 45-year-old is pictured around Los Angeles on crutches, smiling clearly as he gets better. Although there is a long way to go in icon rehab before we consider golf. For Woods, he insists that walking first remains his number one priority.
“My natural treatment kept me busy.
“I do my routine every day and I’m focused on my number one goal now: to walk on my own. Take it one step at a time.”
Woods’ last event on the PGA Tour was the 2020 Masters Championship, which has been pushed back to November due to the coronavirus. For now, comfort remains the key to the golf myth as fans are hoping that he somehow returns to golf.
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