Tiger Woods shared some encouraging news with fans on Friday as golfers continue to recover from the rollover accident that occurred in California on Tuesday.
“Tiger has been transferred to the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and underwent follow-up procedures regarding his injury this morning. The procedures were successful and he is now recovering and refreshed.”
“Tiger and his family would like to thank everyone for the excellent support and information they have received in the past few days. We will not have any further updates at this time.”
Woods felt conscious when he crashed on the slopes of Rancho Palos Verdes (Rancho Palos Verdes) after crashing on the front windshield of an off-road vehicle.
The police described the crash as “purely an accident”
Woods broke his right leg. The doctor inserted a pole into his leg and put screws on his foot and ankle.
The doctor said that this kind of hardware may be permanent, allowing him to get away temporarily, but it is said that the 15th PGA Tour champion is determined to regain his footing.
A source close to the 45-year-old athlete said on Wednesday: “He doesn’t want his career to end in this way.” “So if there is any way to continue playing golf, he will.”