Tiger Woods was concerned in a single-car accident on Tuesday morning in California shortly after 10 a.m. ET. The car rolled over a number of instances, reportedly inflicting the golf legend to undergo a shattered ankle and two leg fractures, one among which was compound.
L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva stated Woods was “lucky to be alive” after the crash.
According to Golf Digest’s Tiger Woods correspondent Daniel Rapaport, the golf star was in Los Angeles for a two-day shoot with Golf Digest and GOLFTV, the place he was giving classes to celebrities and actors.
To make clear: Tiger is in LA for a two-day shoot with Golf Digest and GOLFTV.
Despite some hypothesis, he was not taking part in holes or hitting balls, however giving on-course classes to celebrities. Tiger was in good spirits Monday. Did not arrive to course Tuesday.
— Daniel Rapaport (@Daniel_Rapaport) February 23, 2021
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ESPN’s Shelley Smith reported that Woods was on his way to meet Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert; reviews point out he was working late to the assembly, which reportedly was to happen on the identical golf course the place he instructed different celebrities and athletes Monday.
Actor and comic David Spade on Monday tweeted an image exhibiting himself and Woods sitting in a golf cart, joking that it was he who gave a golf lesson to the 15-time main champion.
NBA star Dwyane Wade on Tuesday — earlier than phrase of Woods’ accident had been reported — revealed two posts to Instagram exhibiting him on the golf course with Woods on Monday.
“So, I told y’all I was about to do something amazing today and I got an opportunity — I say, the GOAT, he’s not comfortable with it — but an opportunity to come out here with this guy right here man,” Wade says in a video with a smiling Woods behind him. “Tiger, thank you for teaching me something.
“How good am I or how unhealthy am I?” Wade asks.
“Ah, good?” says Woods whereas shaking his head no, laughing. Said Wade: “I’m not good.” They each agree he is getting higher, nevertheless.
Wade additionally posted a number of photos of the duo hitting the hyperlinks.