Tiger Woods has ruled out the possibility of making a full-time return to the tour. The 45-year-old American is recovering from serious leg injuries nine months after his car crash in California.
In an interview published by Golf Digest, the man with the 15 major titles said he would now only play some tournaments. “I think it is realistic to think that I will be playing on the circuit again – never again full time – but choosing the events that suit me“, did he declare.
“An unhappy reality”
“It’s an unfortunate reality, but it’s my reality. I understand it, and I accept it“added the ex-world No. 1, who suffered multiple fractures to his right leg when his car pulled off the road and rolled over several times.
“Progress in progress”
Tiger Woods, who said he feared an amputation, generated buzz a few days ago on Twitter with a video of himself hitting bullets, with the only comment: “Progress underwayWoods will make his first public appearance since his accident this week at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, a tournament that raises funds for his foundation.