Do you have Tiger Woods‘ dreams of a golf comeback been dashed? One tabloid claims the athlete’His recent car accident means that he is unable to participate in the sport that made him famous. Here’s what we know.
‘Game Over’ For Tiger Woods?
This week’s edition of the National Enquirer According to reports Tiger Woods is telling his close friends that his career has ended. The pro-golfer sustained serious injury in his February 2021 car accident, and sources say he still hasn’t been able to fully recover. “He’s in constant agony,”An insider confesses. “He doesn’t think he can bear to walk a golf course anymore. Tiger is in pain and suffering a crisis of confidence. He just doesn’t want to go out there and embarrass himself again.”
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The outlet is of course referring to Woods’ recent performance in the PGA Championship—he withdrew after tying for last place in the third round. The magazine consults a physician who hasn’t treated Woods for their expert opinion on the athlete’s recovery. “It is incredibly unlikely he can come back to top-level golf competition,”The doctor’s notes. “The accident left him with fractures of both bones in his lower leg, forcing a rod to be inserted. His damaged joints will likely never heal.”
Tiger Woods ‘Calling It A Career’?
This negative report is completely false. Tiger Woods may not be playing at the level that he used to, but he’s far from throwing in the towel. In his statement about missing the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods stated that he still plans on playing in the Open Championship in St. Andrews, Ireland in the next month.
Either the magazine didn’t even come across this bit of information in its haphazard research efforts, or, even worse, it decided to completely omit it in order to mislead its readers.
But it’s worth noting just how severe Woods’ injury really was. Woods’ injured right leg was reportedly a candidate for amputation after the accident. According to some sports analysts, it’s a miracle he’s able to walkCompete professionally, not to mention?
Woods was photographed without his leg sleeves, which stunned fans even more. As you can see, his right leg has been permanently altered by the injuries and subsequent operations.
So, we’re especially convinced that this tabloid’s “insider” wasn’t close to Woods at all. True friends would be celebrating Woods’ perseverance, not questioning the future of his career.
The Tabloid on Tiger Woods
The National Enquirer‘s past reporting on Woods is absolutely reprehensible. Shortly after Woods’s near-fatal car accident, the magazine reported Woods was suffering from brain damage and in danger of losing all his fortune. The magazine then claimed that Woods was in a miserable state and would likely never play golf again. The most shocking thing was that the magazine claimed Woods was on a medication. “slippery slope”to relapse after his injury. We don’t trust anything. Get in touch Says about the professional golfer.