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    Tiger Woods has undergone further procedures on his leg after he was moved to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. 'Tiger and his family want to thank you all for the wonderful support and messages they have received over the past few days,' a message posted on his Twitter account read. The tweet added that the 15-time major winner was in 'good spirits'.   Woods was previously at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center where he got rods, pins and screws put in his right leg after Tuesday's horror rollover crash. He struck a median in his 2021 Genesis SUV, flipped his car several times and had to be dragged from the wrecked car through the windshield. Tiger Woods has undergone further procedures on his leg after he was moved to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles Speaking during a Q&A on Facebook on Wednesday, LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva had already confirmed there would...
    Brittany Cartwright Reveals How Pregnancy Struggles Strengthened Her and Jax Taylor’s Marriage Top 10 must-know rules on 401(k) taxes Tiger Woods was transferred from the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, one day after his single-car crash left him with serious leg injuries and forced him into emergency surgery, the hospital announced Thursday night. The move, according to ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, happened Wednesday night. Woods's team confirmed the news on Friday afternoon, and said that he had "received follow-up procedures on his injuries" on Friday morning. Specifics on those procedures are not known. "The procedures were successful, and he is now recovering and in good spirits," his team said. "Tiger and his family want to thank you all for the wonderful support and messages they have received over the past few days." pic.twitter.com/2ENJKZGxVh— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) February 27, 2021 The Harbor-UCLA Medical Center said in...
    Chrishell Stause and Keo Motsepe Break Up After 2 Months Together GameStop saga illustrates rising ‘noise-trader risk’ that could feed market volatility, warns quantitative analyst If you’re a golfer, you can probably relate to what happened to Greg Chalmers when he was practicing his golf swing in his garage a week ago. © Provided by Golfweek Puerto Rico Open Greg Chalmers Who hasn’t accidentally broken a light bulb, a mirror, a ceiling fan. … are we close yet? Even PGA Tour pros have been there, done that. On a day that was too cold to practice outside at his home, Chalmers was hitting balls at his “studio,” also known as a net in his garage, when he moved his mat to get a better camera angle. Next thing he knew he had smashed the motor of his garage door opener. But he did capture the video and posted his...
    Feb. 25 (UPI) — Golf star Tiger Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles following the single-vehicle rollover crash Tuesday that left him with serious leg injuries. In a statement released Thursday, Dr. Anish Mahajan said the 45-year-old Woods was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center — located about 18 miles south of downtown Los Angeles — for “continuing orthopedic care and recovery.” Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Wednesday night, ESPN and CBS News reported. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopaedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes,” Mahajan said in the statement. Mahajan said Tuesday that Woods suffered multiple “open fractures” to his lower right leg and had a rod put in his tibia. The 15-time major champion also had screws and pins inserted in his foot and ankle during the emergency surgery. Authorities in Los Angeles said Wednesday they won’t pursue charges against Woods...
    Golf legend Tiger Woods is now at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after undergoing surgery at Harbor UCLA hospital following a car crash in Rancho Palos Verdes on Tuesday. Woods, 45, was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars to continue his care following emergency surgery to repair a compound leg fracture and a shattered ankle suffered in the crash. Dr. Amish Mahajan, chief medical officer and interim chief executive of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, described Woods’ condition: “Mr. Woods suffered significant orthopaedic injuries to his right lower extremity that were treated during emergency surgery by orthopaedic trauma specialists at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, a level-1 trauma center. Comminuted open fractures affecting both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones were stabilized by inserting a rod into the tibia. “Additional injuries to the bones of the foot and ankle were stabilized with a combination of screws...
    They met on Bumble. She claims he killed her dogs. Now shes speaking out to help others isolated amid COVID-19. Biden sends a message to Iran, but with a scalpel instead of a sledgehammer Two days after seriously injuring his leg in a single-car crash near Los Angeles that required emergency surgery, Tiger Woods was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.  Christine Brennan on Tiger Woods: You think of him as a dad first USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Tiger Woods hospitalized in jaws of life single-vehicle car crash USA TODAY SPORTS How do the Packers get to the Super Bowl next year. USA TODAY SPORTS Devonta Smith most definitely thinks he should be on the cover of revamped NCAA video game USA TODAY SPORTS Former NHL player says psilocybin mushrooms saved his life...
    By Travis Caldwell | CNN Following a car accident Tuesday morning in California that resulted in significant leg injuries and required an extraction from his vehicle by first responders, Tiger Woods now begins the arduous recovery process. A new chapter began Thursday with his transfer to a second Los Angeles-area hospital for “continuing orthopedic care and recovery,” according to a statement. Dr. Anish Mahajan, the chief medical officer and interim CEO at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, confirmed that Woods was moved to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, which is approximately 20 miles away. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes,” Mahajan said in the statement. Woods’ injuries include “comminuted open fractures affecting both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones,” Mahajan said Tuesday, meaning the bones broke into more than two...
    Tiger Woods, the golf legend involved in a serious car crash earlier this week, was moved to Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday to continue "orthopedic care and recovery." Woods had been receiving care at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. He suffered extensive damage to his right leg in a rollover crash on Tuesday on the border of the communities of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes. Dr. Anish Mahajan, chief medical officer and interim chief executive of Harbor-UCLA, outlined Woods’ "significant injuries to his right lower extremity" in a statement that was posted to the golfer’s Twitter account Wednesday. VideoA source close to the star athlete’s camp told PEOPLE on Wednesday that Woods "doesn’t want his career to end like this." The source also told the magazine that Woods would pursue returning to the course if it is at all possible once he recovers. Fox News' Brie Stimson and Ryan Gaydos contributed...
    TIGER Woods’ family wants the injured golf star, who moved to another hospital, to recover and be a dad again more than anything, his niece’s boyfriend said.  New York Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks, whose girlfriend is the golf legend’s niece Cheyenne Woods, shared the family’s wishes on Thursday, two days after Tiger Woods crashed his car near Los Angeles.  8Tiger Woods crashed his car and suffered severe leg injuries on Tuesday morningCredit: AFP 8Tiger Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on ThursdayCredit: AP:Associated Press “I think right now, we’re trying to make sure with everything that’s going on with the surgeries and stuff, that he’s just gonna be healthy again,” Hicks said, according to the New York Post. “Making sure he can be a father again and being able to enjoy and run around and play with his kids is what’s important right now.” Hicks said he only...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tiger Woods was moved Thursday to another Los Angeles hospital after undergoing surgery to his right leg after being badly injured in a car crash. Harbor-UCLA Medical Center said Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for “continuing orthopedic care and recovery." The hospital didn't provide any other details, saying it was respecting patient confidentiality. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes," Dr. Anish Mahajan, Harbor-UCLA's chief medical officer, said in a statement. Woods was hurt Tuesday when a 2021 Genesis SUV he was driving on a downhill stretch of road struck a raised median in a coastal Los Angeles suburb, crossed into oncoming lanes and flipped several times. Mahajan earlier said Woods shattered the tibia and fibula bones of his lower right leg in multiple locations. Those injuries were stabilized with...
    Grand jury records cleared for release in Daniel Prude case: Why it matters Trump shares plans for new super PAC in Mar-a-Lago meeting Two days after suffering serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash, Tiger Woods has been transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to a statement from his doctor. © Provided by Golfweek Tiger Woods BMW Championship Woods, 45, was moved to a different facility roughly 20 miles away “for continuing orthopedic care and recovery,” said Dr. Anish Mahajan, interim CEO and chief medical officer of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, where Woods originally was taken to the trauma center and treated following his accident early Tuesday morning in Rolling Hills Estates, California. Woods survived Tuesday morning’s car accident with his life, but the road to recovery has just begun. He suffered “significant” leg injuries that already required extensive surgery and a rod being inserted into his lower...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tiger Woods was moved Thursday to another Los Angeles hospital after undergoing surgery to his right leg after being badly injured in a car crash. Harbor-UCLA Medical Center said Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for “continuing orthopedic care and recovery.” The hospital didn’t provide any other details, saying it was respecting patient confidentiality. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes,” Dr. Anish Mahajan, Harbor-UCLA’s chief medical officer, said in a statement. Woods was hurt Tuesday when a 2021 Genesis SUV he was driving on a downhill stretch of road struck a raised median in a coastal Los Angeles suburb, crossed into oncoming lanes and flipped several times. Mahajan earlier said Woods shattered the tibia and fibula bones of his lower right leg in multiple locations. Those injuries were...
    More On: golf Tiger Woods doesn’t want career ‘to end like this’ after car wreck, source says Here’s what we know so far about Tiger Woods’ injuries Tiger Woods tribute scrawled in sand of St. Andrews bunker after accident Tiger Woods considered leaving golf to join Navy SEALs ORLANDO, Fla. — Annika Sorenstam doesn’t remember golf being this difficult. She still managed plenty of smiles Thursday when the most dominant player of her era played her first LPGA Tour event in more than 12 years. With one birdie and one bad hole, Sorenstam had a 3-over 75 in the LPGA Gainbridge on her home course at Lake Nona. “It seems a little bit more stressful, this kind of golf,” she said. Sorenstam was 10 shots behind another Lake Nona member, Lydia Ko, who opened with a 7-under 65 for a two-shot lead. But then, this week isn’t about Sorenstam...
    Texas energy executives face state lawmakers for catastrophic grid failure Grand jury records cleared for release in Daniel Prude case: Why it matters © Robert Gauthier, Robert Gauthier, Robert Gauthier Los Angeles, CA, Monday, December 7, 2020 - Cedars-Sinai Hospital. (Robert Gauthier/ Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) Tiger Woods has been transferred from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to continue his recovery from serious leg injuries sustained in a single-car accident on Tuesday morning. The move was announced in a statement by Dr. Anish Mahajan, interim CEO/CMO of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, on Thursday evening. “On behalf of our staff,” the statement reads, “it was an honor to provide orthopaedic trauma care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes.” Woods suffered comminuted open fractures to both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula bones of his right leg, as well as damage to the...
    Mike Tyson Calls for Hulu Boycott Over Upcoming Unauthorized Series About His Life As business travel falls, Airbnb sees opportunity in remote work travel LOS ANGELES – Tiger Woods has been transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center officials announced late Thursday. © Provided by Golf Channel Woods had been at Harbor-UCLA Medical, a level 1 trauma center, following a single-vehicle crash Tuesday that required extensive surgery on his right leg. “[Woods] was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for continuing orthopedic care and recovery,” the statement from Dr. Anish Mahajan, the interim CEO/CMO at Harbor-UCLA, read. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic care to one of our generation’s greatest athletes.” Dr. John Torres explains Tiger Woods' surgery and possible recovery Woods underwent surgery for “significant” injuries to his right leg including fractures to the upper and lower portions of the tibia...
    Tiger Woods was reportedly transferred to a different Los Angeles hospital after receiving surgery for leg injuries suffered in a single-car crash this week. The golfing legend was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from Harbor UCLA Medical Center, where he underwent surgery for his leg fractures on Tuesday, CBS News reported . Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the hospital where Tiger Woods was transferred on Feb. 25, 2021.AP Woods was conscious and alert as he was being pulled out through the front windshield of his mangled luxury SUV following the morning wreck in Rancho Palos Verdes, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. The athlete’s injuries included a shattered ankle and two leg fractures. Authorities said he was not drunk at the time of the crash. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash. Tiger Woods’ car after the crash on Feb. 23, 2021.AP...
    John Smoltz shared an amazing story of a time he skipped a day of spring training to go golfing with Tiger Woods.  If you had the opportunity to go golfing with Tiger Woods at Augusta National Golf Club, you’d do everything possible to make it, right? Well, that opportunity presented itself for Atlanta Braves legend John Smoltz and there was just no way he was going to pass up on the chance. However, when Woods called Smoltz, it was in the middle of spring training. Fortunately for Smoltz, former Atlanta skipper Bobby Cox wasn’t going to stop his star hurler from missing this chance of a lifetime.John Smoltz golfing with Tiger Woods at Augusta is something he’ll never forget“I was so excited,” Smoltz told FanSided in the video above. “And I had a hard time getting to the place where he was because of fog and just some directions. I...
    Tiger Woods was reportedly transferred to a different Los Angeles hospital after receiving surgery for leg injuries suffered in a single-car crash this week. The golfing legend was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles from Harbor UCLA Medical Center, where he underwent surgery for his leg fractures on Tuesday, CBS News reported. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the hospital where Tiger Woods was transferred on Feb. 25, 2021.AP Woods was conscious and alert as he was being pulled out through the front windshield of his mangled luxury SUV following the morning wreck in Rancho Palos Verdes, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. The athlete’s injuries included a shattered ankle and two leg fractures. Authorities said he was not drunk at the time of the crash. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash. Tiger Woods’ car after the crash on Feb. 23, 2021.AP Filed...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Tiger Woods has been moved to a different Los Angeles hospital following his rollover crash, sources said Thursday. Woods was transferred to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after he underwent surgeries on his right leg and ankle at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, according to CBS News. READ MORE: LA County Reaches 100 MIS-C Cases As COVID Hospitalizations Fall Below 2,000 Investigators say Woods has no memory of the crash Tuesday that shattered his right leg, ankle and foot. READ MORE: 366 Feature Films In The Running For Best Picture Oscar; Eligibility Rules Tweaked Due To COVID-19 Pandemic Authorities have said Woods did not appear impaired at the scene, and L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said criminal charges related to the crash were unlikely. MORE NEWS: Regular Parking Enforcement To Resume In Culver City Next Month “We don’t contemplate any charges whatsoever in this crash,” Villanueva said Wednesday. “This remains...
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    (CNN)There are a few moments, iconic and immediately recognizable, that define Tiger Woods' history in the public eye. There's Tiger, fists held high in his Sunday red, roaring in victory as he sank the 16th hole at the Masters in 2005 where he would eventually win his fourth open. Almost 15 years later, a nearly identical scene, on the same course, when he won the 2019 Masters and completed what is considered one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. Some of the moments in between have been far less jubilant. Injuries. Substance abuse rumors. An ignominious mugshot from a 2017 DUI arrest. Read MoreIn late 2009, a string of lurid and shocking infidelity claims eventually led to his divorce from wife Elin Woods, the withdrawal of several sponsors and a temporary absence from golf. Months of rabid press coverage revealed in discomfiting detail the extent of his sexual behavior...
    TIGER Woods vowed not to let his car crash finish his career, telling pals: “It can’t end like this.” The stricken golf superstar, 45, insisted that if he can play again, he will. 14Tiger Woods has vowed not to let his car crash finish his career 14The champion golfer, 45, told pals 'it can’t end like this'Credit: Reuters Tiger made the pledge as his girlfriend Erica Herman, agent Mark Steinberg and caddie Joe LaCava visited him at a medical centre in Los Angeles. Cops said Tiger has “no recollection” of the crash which left him facing months of rehab after having a metal rod, pins and screws inserted into his right leg and shattered ankle. A source close to Tiger said the ace was “frustrated” and told People magazine: “He doesn’t want his career to end like this. “If there’s any way at all he can continue playing, he will.”...
    Holly Madison and Ghost Adventures star split after 2 years together 30 problems that will stop someone buying your home One of the questions surrounding Tiger Woods' car crash is why he driving alone on that dangerous road in Southern California early Tuesday morning. How the PGA world reacted to news of Tiger Woods crash USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Former NHL player says psilocybin mushrooms saved his life USA TODAY SPORTS Colts Kenny Moore on Carson Wentz: Excited to see him flourish and get back into MVP talks USA TODAY SPORTS The latest on the Bubble Watch USA TODAY SPORTS Illinois jumps over Ohio State in the latest Ferris Mowers Mens Basketball Coaches Poll USA TODAY SPORTS Virtual Radio Row: CeeDee Lamb talks Dak Prescott, Mike McCarthy and...
    (CNN)We almost lost Tiger Woods in a gruesome car accident Tuesday along a Southern California highway during these final days of the month when America celebrates Black history. With apologies to late poet T. S. Eliot, such a horror would have made February the cruelest month, instead of April. Terence MooreJust four weeks ago, Hank Aaron died at 86. Not only was he a baseball legend, but through his ability as an African American to survive death threats and hate mail while surpassing the immortal record of a White hero (Babe Ruth and his 714 career home runs), Aaron also became a civil rights icon. Losing Aaron was sorrowful. The close call for Woods -- a living embodiment of recent Black history and excellence -- and the devastating knowledge that it could have been worse is hard to contemplate, especially just a month after we commemorated the death of...
    The family of Tiger Woods you’re afraid you might get hooked on painkillers while you recover from your horrible car crash. A source told The Sun that the golf legend, who has already been in rehab, have a “deep-seated” problem with prescription drugs and he warned that a « potentially huge problem » looms. Tiger suffered serious leg and ankle injuries in the accident near Los Angeles. His condition was described as « awake and responsive » after undergoing a « lengthy surgical procedure » on his lower leg and ankle. The 15-time Major winner suffered « significant » injuries, including open fractures to the tibia and fibula. A metal rod was inserted into his tibia, with his foot and ankle « stabilized with a combination of screws and pins. » Dr. John Torres, a medical expert from the US MSNBC network, said: “You will have about six weeks of recovery from the fractures alone. If you had to fuse...
    Tiger Woods doesn’t want to go out like this. As the golf icon continues to recover from Tuesday’s rollover wreck outside Los Angeles, Woods realizes his career on the links may be in jeopardy, People reported. “He doesn’t want his career to end like this,” a source close to the 45-year-old athlete said Wednesday. “So if there’s any way at all that he can continue playing golf, he will.” Woods, who had back surgery to remove a disc fragment cutting into a nerve following the PNC Championship in December, is “frustrated” by his latest setback to his once seemingly unstoppable career. He also wants to get back on the greens as soon as possible if he’s physically able, the source said. “He expected 2021 to be the year of his comeback,” the source continued. “Obviously, that’s not going to happen now. And that’s disappointing to him.”
    Medical experts predict that Tiger Woods will have a difficult road to recovery following his crash in Los Angeles this week. The 45-year-old golf legend suffered "serious injuries" to his lower right leg and ankle, which required emergency surgery. The injuries caused "comminuted open fractures" to his tibia and fibula bones, meaning his bones had pierced through his skin, according to Dr. Anish Mahajan, interim CEO at the hospital where Woods was operated on. The doctors fixed the fractures with screws and pins.  "Additional injuries to the bones of the foot and ankle were stabilized with a combination of screws and pins. Trauma to the muscle and soft-tissue of the leg required surgical release of the covering of the muscles to relieve pressure due to swelling," Mahajan said in a statement Wednesday. Deputies responded to the scene Tuesday morning. While coming down a steep curve in the road, Woods' vehicle...
    More On: tiger woods Curious driving decision hangs over crash: ‘That’s a question for Tiger’s team’ ‘Hero’ neighbor sprung into action after Tiger Woods wreck Here’s what we know so far about Tiger Woods’ injuries Tiger Woods’ accident comes with devastating reality check Tiger Woods doesn’t want to go out like this. As the golf icon continues to recover from Tuesday’s rollover wreck outside Los Angeles, Woods realizes his career on the links may be in jeopardy, People reported. “He doesn’t want his career to end like this,” a source close to the 45-year-old athlete said Wednesday. “So if there’s any way at all that he can continue playing golf, he will.” Woods, who had back surgery to remove a disc fragment cutting into a nerve following the PNC Championship in December, is “frustrated” by his latest setback to his once seemingly unstoppable career. He also wants to get...
    TIGER Woods' family do not know if he will ever play golf again, but the star is "mentally tough," "will listen to his doctors" and "fight for his career" after cheating death in a car smash, a friend has exclusively told The Sun. The golf ace, 45, is recovering from serious leg injuries at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after being pulled from wreckage of his SUV on Tuesday morning after it flipped at speed. 11Officials said Tiger "seemed calm and lucid" as he was pulled from his vehicle using the 'Jaws of Life'Credit: EPA Tiger was said to be "awake, responsive and recovering" with his loved ones by his bedside after shattering his right leg, but he has a long road ahead and is looking at months of recovery. Pete McDaniel, a close friend who has spoken to his mother Tida since the crash during a tearful phone call, said...
    Texas lawmakers kick off investigation into deadly power blackout Like Disneyland: Fans of Frys mourn electronics giant after its shutdown © Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Joe LaCava and Tiger Woods at the 2020 US Open. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Tiger Woods offered his caddie Joe LaCava the chance to work with another golfer after Woods underwent his fourth back surgery and looked unable to play golf, according to ESPN. LaCava turned down the opportunity and stuck with Woods. According to ESPN, Woods was "generous" in supporting LaCava during the four years of on-again-off-again work. Woods was recovering from another back surgery when he was recently involved in a car accident that left him with serious leg injuries. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Tiger Woods was at one of his lowest points, his caddie Joe LaCava stuck by him. From 2014 to 2017, Woods underwent four back surgeries,...
    Joe LaCava and Tiger Woods at the 2020 US Open. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Tiger Woods offered his caddie Joe LaCava the chance to work with another golfer after Woods underwent his fourth back surgery and looked unable to play golf, according to ESPN. LaCava turned down the opportunity and stuck with Woods. According to ESPN, Woods was "generous" in supporting LaCava during the four years of on-again-off-again work. Woods was recovering from another back surgery when he was recently involved in a car accident that left him with serious leg injuries. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Tiger Woods was at one of his lowest points, his caddie Joe LaCava stuck by him. From 2014 to 2017, Woods underwent four back surgeries, making several comeback attempts, only to drop out of tournaments with ongoing physical ailments. He was also arrested on charges of driving under the...
    Tiger Woods was en route to film a documentary when he had his near-fatal California crash — raising questions over why he was behind the wheel and not in a chauffeur-driven limo, according to a report. The 45-year-old golfing legend was on his way to Rolling Hills Country Club Tuesday for his second day shooting footage with Peter Berg, the Hollywood director confirmed in an Instagram post hours after the crash. “We shot with Tiger [Monday] and he was charming, giving and full of life. He was professional and f—ing awesome,” Berg wrote alongside a photo of them together. “Today he didn’t make it to set and we are a heartbroken crew,” he wrote, sending the sporting great “love and deep admiration.” As well as Berg, NFL stars Drew Brees and Justin Herbert were also waiting for Woods, ready to get golfing lessons for the documentary-style series called “Tiger Woods:...
    "I think Tiger can walk again. I think Tiger can play golf again and return to the Tour," former PGA golfer turned orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Bill Mallon told Insider. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Tiger Woods shattered his ankle and suffered multiple leg fractures in a scary car crash on Tuesday. Dr. Bill Mallon thinks the golf legend will be able to walk, play golf, and return to the PGA Tour. The former pro golfer who is now an orthopedic surgeon believes Woods' recovery will take about a year. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tiger Woods may be down but never count Tiger Woods out. The golf legend was rushed into emergency surgery Tuesday morning after sustaining multiple leg fractures and shattering his ankle in a scary, roll-over car accident in Los Angeles. Tiger Woods. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack Although Woods' road to recovery will undoubtedly be...
    Dr. Oz and ER physician Dr. Sampson Davis discuss Tiger Woods’ mental state when authorities arrived on the scene of his car accident.     Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Tiger Woods is at the beginning of a long road to recovery after the golfing legend suffered major leg injuries during a rollover crash Tuesday morning. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jaime Hernandez says Woods is just lucky to have survived the impact. READ MORE: 2 People Killed, 3 Critically Hurt In Violent South LA Collision Auto experts said the car was a Genesis GV80, a newer luxury SUV. The car comes with high-tech safety features, like 10 airbags. The airbag between the passenger and driver seat was most important during the crash and could have saved Woods’ life, experts said. “It is kind of like a cushion its the difference between having a bad day or having the rest of your life be changed,” said Brian Moody of AutoTrader. “His injuries are absolutely less serious because he was in the type of car he was in. A...
    More On: tiger woods ‘Hero’ neighbor sprung into action after Tiger Woods wreck Here’s what we know so far about Tiger Woods’ injuries Tiger Woods’ accident comes with devastating reality check CNN reporter under fire for ‘insensitive’ remarks on Tiger Woods crash Tiger Woods was en route to film a documentary when he had his near-fatal California crash — raising questions over why he was behind the wheel and not in a chauffeur-driven limo, according to a report. The 45-year-old golfing legend was on his way to Rolling Hills Country Club Tuesday for his second day shooting footage with Peter Berg, the Hollywood director confirmed in an Instagram post hours after the crash. “We shot with Tiger [Monday] and he was charming, giving and full of life. He was professional and f—ing awesome,” Berg wrote alongside a photo of them together. “Today he didn’t make it to set and...
    Kylie Jenner Shares the Food She Craved During Labor While Out to Dinner With Caitlyn Jenner What To Do If You Haven’t Heard Back About That Dream Job Tiger Woods doesn’t just make golf history. He is also a student of it. And he knows full well the remarkable comeback story of Ben Hogan, one of the game’s greats. © Provided by Golfweek The car crash that sent Woods to the hospital on Tuesday and into emergency surgery, where a rod was inserted into his right leg, carries echoes of Hogan’s crash 72 years ago this month. It isn’t certain if Woods will ever walk again, let alone golf. The same was true of Hogan a lifetime ago. And he came back to win six more majors. That doesn’t mean something similar can happen for Woods, of course. Hogan was 36 and at the top of his game when...
    Dr. Mehmet Oz is hopeful Tiger Woods will bounce back from extensive leg injuries he suffered in his near-fatal rollover crash and one day will eye a return to the golf course. The "Dr. Oz Show" host weighed in on the 45-year-old pro golfer's toughness in an interview on Wednesday, stressing that while the acclaimed athlete faces "complicating factors" due to his comminuted fractures, it's his mental strength that will carry him through. "Let's be clear about this, he's had a bunch of surgeries and bounced back when no one thought he could. He had the luck of having his accident near a major trauma center with expertise in this area. I know teams that were trained there so I have great confidence in the fact that they manage this correctly. Despite the complicating factors of a comminuted fracture, which means it was broken in multiple spots, an open fracture, which means there was a...
    Going maskless is a key factor in Covid-19 outbreaks at gyms, studies say What is the Equality Act? House to vote on bill protecting LGBTQ Americans © AP Images; AP Images AP Images; AP Images Tiger Woods will still have a huge impact on golf even if he doesn't play again, Rory McIlroy says. Woods was seriously injured after rolling his car while driving in Los Angeles on Tuesday. "I think he'll still be a part of the game in some way," regardless of a return to the course, McIlroy said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rory McIlroy says that Tiger Woods will continue to have a huge impact on the world of golf, even if he is unable to return to the sport after the injuries he sustained in Tuesday's car crash in Los Angeles. Woods crashed his car at just after 7 a.m. Tuesday,...
    For decades, residents on the Palos Verdes Peninsula have known that the steep, curving stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard heading into the Los Angeles Basin was a danger zone. Numerous crashes dating from the 1970s — including one in which an out-of-control truck hit a car, burning three occupants to death — sparked debates about how to make the essential thoroughfare in and out of the tony coastal area safer. “People speed down the road all the time. It is kind of an optical illusion, and it doesn’t seem like that huge a grade, but it is,” said Keith Swensson, a retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s commander who lives in Rancho Palos Verdes. Then on Tuesday, legendary golfer Tiger Woods became the latest to crash on Hawthorne, suffering devastating injuries to his lower right leg that have jeopardized his latest career comeback. The accident generated international headlines and has prompted...
    The family of Tiger Woods fear he may become addicted to painkillers again during recovery from his horrific car crash which shattered his right leg and ankle. The golfer, 45, flipped his loaned Genesis GV80 SUV in Los Angeles on Tuesday and he has undergone extensive surgery under general anesthetic at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. The 15-time Major champion, who is now in rehabilitation, is likely to be prescribed medication for severe pain resulting from his injuries. The family of Tiger Woods (pictured on Sunday) fear he may become addicted to painkillers again during recovery from his horrific car crash which shattered his right leg and ankle The golfer, 45, flipped his loaned Genesis GV80 SUV in Los Angeles on Tuesday, smashing the front of the car In 2017, Woods was found asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes at 2am, a month after undergoing surgery for his chronic back...
    AP Images; AP Images Tiger Woods will still have a huge impact on golf even if he doesn't play again, Rory McIlroy says. Woods was seriously injured after rolling his car while driving in Los Angeles on Tuesday. "I think he'll still be a part of the game in some way," regardless of a return to the course, McIlroy said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rory McIlroy says that Tiger Woods will continue to have a huge impact on the world of golf, even if he is unable to return to the sport after the injuries he sustained in Tuesday's car crash in Los Angeles. Woods crashed his car at just after 7 a.m. Tuesday, rolling over and suffering serious injuries to both his legs in the process. He was taken to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center after the crash for surgery, with what doctors described as "significant...
    New York : Apparently Woods was in a hurry when he rolled his vehicle. Photo: ERIK S. LESSER / EFE Tiger Woods failed to fulfill his commitment to golf with NFL stars Drew Brees and Justin Herbert, due to the serious accident he had on the road. Apparently, the athlete was late in his appointment and was seen leaving his hotel at high speed in his vehicle. According to TMZ reports, Tiger Woods was staying at a hotel in the area and, before 7 in the morning, he left driving at high speed; in fact was about to collide with a television director who was arriving at the site, who told his production about the incident. This version was reinforced by a local worker, who He declared to the same site that the golfer looked agitated and impatient. UPDATE: Tiger Woods Badly Injured In Car...
    JAKE PAUL fancies having a go at NFL before hitting the red carpet of Hollywood after he finishes his boxing career. The YouTuber is preparing for his third pro fight when he takes on former UFC star Ben Askren in April. Getty Images - Getty 4 Jake Paul wants to become an actor when he has finished his boxing career But Paul, 24, is already planning out his career after he had hung the gloves up. And not surprisingly after becoming a social media sensation, the Ohio personality fancies trying his hand at acting. But not one for shying away, Paul also wants to try out the heavy-hitting sport of NFL while he’s in his youth. Speaking exclusively to SunSport: “It’s the original reason why I moved to Los Angeles and, you know, we’re working on some things hopefully this year that are going to allow me to do...
    TOTTENHAM manager Jose Mourinho has compared young star Dane Scarlett to Marcus Rashford after his impressive display in the Europa League. Scarlett, 16, set up Carlos Vinicius' second goal in Spurs' 4-1 victory over Wolfsberger on Wednesday evening. 2Scarlett is the youngest ever Spurs player to feature in European competitonCredit: PA:Press Association And Mourinho, who also oversaw some of Rashford's early years at Manchester United, has now formerly promoted the Lilywhites teenager to the first team from the start of the 2021-22 campaign. He said: “I do not want to say too much because his academy manager will kill me. “But he is 17 next month — and next season I want him training with the first-team squad. “He is a diamond, a kid with incredible potential. He has worked many times with the first team and that gives him a different personality. “He is still 16, 17 soon, and...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- In a career filled with remarkable comebacks, champion golfer Tiger Woods now faces perhaps his toughest recovery of all.If it weren't for the quick action of first responders and trauma surgeons, doctors say Woods could have lost his leg.Dr. William Stetson is the team surgeon for the USA men's and women's volleyball teams."Infections are one of the biggest things we worry about after these sorts of injuries," he said. "For a fair number of people this could be a career-ending injury for an elite athlete."At Harbor UCLA Medical Center, doctors say the 45-year-old athlete suffered open fractures to his tibia below his right knee. It's a difficult area for healing."If you look at your shin bone and your tibia, there's not a lot of muscle that surrounds it. It's pretty exposed close to the skin," Stetson said.Woods' doctors also reported they used screws and pins to...
    VIDEO3:2703:27Tiger Woods recovers from multiple leg injuries sustained in crashThe News with Shepard Smith Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Scott Boden broke down the scope of Tiger Woods' injuries and what his recovery could look like on CNBC's "The News with Shepard Smith," following the golfer's devastating crash on Tuesday morning.  "We know that because it was an open fracture, meaning that the bone penetrated the skin, at least  temporarily, and that it was broken in multiple places, that this was a very high energy fracture, and that makes it a little bit more difficult to heal," said the professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Emory University School of Medicine. Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Woods is lucky to be alive after he crashed his sports utility vehicle on a steep, winding road in Palos Verdes, south of Los Angeles. Tiger Woods is "awake, responsive, and recovering" from a long surgery...
    Live-Action ‘Dora,’ ‘Fairly OddParents’ in the Works at Paramount+ 6 Hidden Tax Breaks for Retirees © Andrew Redington, Andrew Redington, Andrew Redington AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - APRIL 11: Tiger Woods of the United States looks on from the 15th green during the first round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 11, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) What’s next? It is a question Tiger Woods has faced countless times over the past decade. It is a question that tackles a different beast today. As the shock of Woods' devastating car accident transitions to the reality of his circumstance, it's apparent Woods faces an arduous road to recovery. But a number of medical experts agree it is a road not without hope. Woods underwent emergency surgery at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday following a single-car accident in Los Angeles that left him with significant...
    There is a new push to examine safety issues on Hawthorne Boulevard on the Palos Verdes Peninsula after Tiger Woods was serious hurt in a rollover crash Tuesday. On Wednesday, L.A. County Supervisor Janice Hahn said she has directed the county Department of Public Works to conduct a safety review of the stretch of road where the accident occurred, which lies in her district. Hawthorne Boulevard, with a speed limit of 45 mph, is one of the main routes out of the peninsula. The combination of the steep grade, curves and wide lanes often leads to accidents. Residents called it a “dangerous stretch of road” and said there are collisions there all the time. Signs warn trucks to use lower gears, and an emergency turnout occupies the right shoulder toward the bottom of the hill. The site of the accident is on the border of Rancho Palos Verdes and Rolling...
    Live-Action ‘Dora,’ ‘Fairly OddParents’ in the Works at Paramount+ 10 Things Successful Retirees Do Differently It’s in the arbitrary nature of sport that even legends seldom exit the stage on a high note. © Provided by Golfweek There are exceptions, sure. Ted Williams homered in his last at-bat. Pete Sampras went home with the U.S. Open trophy. Lorena Ochoa quit as No. 1 in the world. More often, great careers peter out with a ground ball like Babe Ruth’s, a series of increasingly disappointing results that finally force a reckoning with the passage of time. Those are the good endings. Others are involuntary, authored by injury or accident. Like that of Maureen Connolly, who won nine Grand Slams but saw her career end with a horse-riding accident at age 19, two weeks after winning her third straight Wimbledon singles title. When news emerged about Tiger Woods’ car crash on...
    South Dakota AG under pressure to resign as new evidence reveals investigators found victims broken glasses inside his car Austin eyes rolling back Trump-era policy on special operations Tiger Woods has triumphed over the greatest challenges possible on a golf course. But he’s never faced a test like the one that’s before him now. Woods suffered catastrophic injuries to his legs in a one-car rollover on a California street Tuesday morning. He was driving on a winding residential road when his SUV hit a sign, a curb, crossed over two lanes of oncoming traffic, flipped down into a gully and ended up driver’s-side down. The fact that Woods survived that initial impact was the first good sign. Woods was conscious when first responders arrived on the scene, and “awake” and “responsive,” according to his team, late Tuesday evening. Between those times, though, he underwent hours of extensive surgery, the...
    Tiger Woods. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack Tiger Woods was taken to the hospital on Tuesday after a terrible car wreck. Woods suffered multiple leg injuries and was rushed to sugery after the wreck. On Monday, LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Woods would not be charged. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tiger Woods will not be charged with reckless driving after his car rolled over and crashed in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva. On Wednesday, Villanueva responded to questions on Instagram Live and explained that Woods would not be facing charges for reckless driving after the accident. "A reckless driving charge has a lot of elements to it. This is purely an accident," Villanueva said. Asked again, Villanueva repeated his initial response. "We don't contemplate any charges whatsoever in this crash," said Villanueva. "This remains an accident. An accident...
    RANCHO PALOS VERDES (CBSLA) – Los Angeles County officials Wednesday ordered a safety review of the curvy stretch of road in Rancho Palos Verdes where golfer Tiger Woods crashed and was seriously injured. Supervisor Janice Hahn directed the county’s Department of Public Works to conduct the review of the stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard that has seen more than a dozen accidents in the past year and is considered extremely dangerous by both neighbors and authorities. “Traffic safety across Los Angeles County is a tremendous concern for me and my colleagues on the Board of Supervisors,” Hahn said in a statement. “The accident occurred along a stretch of roadway between two coastal communities: the cities of Rancho Palos Verdes and Rolling Hills Estates. But the issue of traffic safety is one that affects the entire L.A. County region.” The vehicle driven by golfer Tiger Woods lies on its side in Rancho...
    More On: car crashes Inside the hospital where Tiger Woods underwent emergency surgery Out of the Woods: Tiger will not face criminal charges in car crash Tiger Woods crash might actually give fledgling auto maker a boost How the SUV Tiger Woods was driving may have saved his life City council members want to yank crash investigations from the NYPD and put them under the authority of the Department of Transportation — but both agencies railed against the idea on Wednesday. Testifying via Zoom on Wednesday, DOT and NYPD officials hit back at the council bill, which they claimed would “effectively decriminalize vehicular deaths.” “Shifting these investigations to DOT, an agency without specialized law enforcement expertise — at least in the first few years — could severely compromise prosecutors’ cases and lead to fewer convictions, effectively decriminalizing vehicular deaths and bringing fewer reckless drivers to justice,” DOT First...
    Tiger wanted to be a SEAL. Woods, one of the greatest golfers of all time, spent time training with the elite Navy SEALs in San Diego, not long after the death of his father Earl in 2006. The 15-time major winner, currently recovering from Tuesday’s one-car accident in Los Angeles, now faces a long road back to the golf course after suffering what doctors called “significant orthopedic injuries” to his lower right leg and ankle. It’s not the first time the 45-year-old has been faced with an arduous return to the sport he loves. The death of Earl Woods and the ensuing trip to train with the SEALs was the beginning of a downfall, according a 2016 ESPN story, as he sought a way to deal with his grief. He was outfitted with tactical gear and weapons, taking a trip through the Kill House — a combat simulator where SEALs...
    Tiger Woods left a Tuesday morning single-car crash in Los Angeles with his life. That’s a basic fact, but it’s important to note because the various reports of what transpired and photos and videos from the scene illustrated how the situation could have been much worse. The Los Angeles Times reported that Woods was traveling northbound on Hawthorne Boulevard “at a high rate of speed and lost control of the vehicle before crossing the center divider.” Woods was the only person in the car and had to be extricated from the wreckage, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The cause of the crash is being investigated.  MORE: Tiger Woods car crash details “I will say that it’s very fortunate that Mr. Woods was able to come out of this alive,” said Carlos Gonzalez, the deputy from the LA County Sheriff’s Department who was the first on the scene (via The Associated Press). While...
    U.S. Supreme Court weighs scope of police power to enter homes without a warrant Italy orders food delivery services to treat riders better Tiger Woods is not expected to face any charges in relation to his single-car rollover accident Tuesday, Los Angeles County  Sheriff Alex Villanueva said. © Provided by Golf Channel Villanueva provided an update on Wednesday from his office, stating, “We don’t contemplate any charges whatsoever in this crash. This remains an accident. Accident is not a crime. They do happen, unfortunately.” Villanueva reiterated that there was no reason to expect alcohol or drugs played a factor in the crash and that no blood samples were drawn by investigators. If the hospital where Woods is being treated does a toxicology report, Villanueva said his department would need a search warrant in order to access it. Dr. John Torres explains Tiger Woods' surgery and possible recovery A search...
    Tiger Woods will avoid reckless driving charges and officials are treating his crash as an accident, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Wednesday. Villanueva said there was no evidence that Woods was impaired by drugs or alcohol when first responders got to the scene. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "A reckless driving charge has a lot of elements into it and this is purely an accident," Villanueva said. "There will be a cause of it and there will be a vehicle code attached to the cause – for inattentive driving or whatever the case may be. "But that’s an infraction and a reckless driving is actually more than an infraction. That’s a misdemeanor crime that has a lot of elements attached to it and there’s nothing like that." Villanueva said that no data was recorded from the 2021 Genesis SUV’s black box which could reveal how...
    There is “zero chance” Tiger Woods will play in this year’s Masters tournament — and he is likely facing lengthy physical therapy and more surgeries on his shattered leg before he even thinks about even walking again, several medical experts told The Post on Wednesday. Doctors described the PGA legend’s injuries in Tuesday’s rollover crash in California as “devastating” and all but certain to sideline him from the upcoming Masters. “There’s no way he’s making the Masters in April, zero chance,” said Dr. William Ricci, the chief of orthopedic trauma at Hospital for Special Surgery. “Masters next April? Maybe.” Dr. Andrew Brief, an orthopedist with the Ridgewood Orthopedic Group in New Jersey, said it will take time for Woods to just get back on his feet. “You’re talking about the foot, ankle, leg, tibia,” he said. “It could conceivably be a challenge to walk properly, let alone return to...
    THE neighbor who called 911 and helped to lift Tiger Woods from the mangled car wreck has been hailed a "hero." A married man in his 60's who lived next to the infamous crash site was the one who rushed to try and save Woods, The Sun has been told. Follow our Tiger Woods live blog for all the latest news and stories... 8Woods pictured with the sponsored  Genesis GV80 just days before the crash 8Footage has emerged of Woods behind the wheel just before the crashCredit: BackGrid 8A picture of what appears to be a blood-stained airbag after the crashCredit: AP:Associated Press 8The smashed car is towed away from the scene The man indicated he did not want to speak when he was approached by The Sun as he drove away from his house on Wednesday morning. But another neighbor in Rancho Palos Verdes said: "He's a hero, we heard...
    Bruce Springsteens DUI Charge Dropped, Rocker Issued a Fine Top 50 safest cities in the US During the college golf season, GolfChannel.com will check in weekly to update what’s happening in the world of college golf. © Provided by Golf Channel It’s of little surprise that the No. 1 men’s team in the country is located in Arizona. The real revelation, though, is that the nation’s top-ranked squad doesn’t reside in Tempe. Arizona State was tabbed by many as the NCAA title favorites, partly because it will host the NCAA Championship this spring at Grayhawk but also because of its deep and talented roster led by Kevin Yu and David Puig. But the Sun Devils are No. 3 in the latest Golfstat rankings, two spots below their rivals to the south, the Arizona Wildcats. Right now, the national championship projects to run through Tucson after Arizona won its first...
    The sports world was rocked with the news of legendary golfer Tiger Woods suffering a horrific crash in Los Angeles, USA. Woods is said to be stable now after surgeries, and the tennis world has now sent their best wishes. World No. 2 Rafael Nadal wished Tiger Woods well in this turbulent time. In his tweet, Rafa Nadal showed his concern for the tragic news and gave his best wishes to Tiger. He wrote, “When I heard the news, I was really concerned. Good to know you are doing OK. Get well soon my friend!!!!!” After a series of multiple surgeries, Tiger Woods is said to be stable. Woods had serious injuries to both of his legs. According to a statement from Tiger Woods’ Twitter account, the golf player has had a rod inserted in his tibia. “Mr. Woods suffered significant orthopaedic injuries to his right lower extremity that were...
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    On Tuesday morning, the world woke up to the news that Tiger Woods had met with a car accident. To wish him a speedy recovery, Serena Williams and the Rafael Nadal Academy came forward from the tennis world. Apparently, the American golfing legend derailed his car while driving on a highway in Los Angeles and went down a hillside. As a result, he reportedly underwent multiple leg surgeries. The first people to reach the sight found Woods trapped in the car, but he was awake and talking then. Following that, he was immediately transferred to a hospital for his treatment, where the doctors concluded that he had didn’t have life-threatening injuries. This must have come as a huge relief to his family and his fans all around the world. At present, he is conscious and able to communicate with his family. A tweet from Tiger’s official Twitter account also expressed...
    Tiger Woods was reportedly running late to see football stars Drew Brees and Justin Herbert to record a “teaching lessons” segment at a California golf course when he got into a single-vehicle accident Tuesday morning. Sources told Fox News and ESPNs Shelley Smith that Woods was scheduled to record with Brees and Herbert for Discovery Networks at the Rolling Hills Country Club at 8 a.m. local time on Tuesday. Woods’ accident occurred at about 7 a.m., according to The New York Times.  According to Fox, their sources said that Woods was “running late” on Tuesday and “took off” from the hotel he was staying in after receiving his SUV from the valet. His team had already gone to the location of the shoot to set things up. Representatives for Discovery Networks confirmed that Woods was supposed to film on Tuesday before the crash. "Everyone at Discovery and GOLFTV wishes Tiger...
    J&J Covid Vaccine Found Effective by FDA Before Panel Meets YouTube to launch supervised accounts for kids under 13 years old Carolina Pines resident Rick Dove — who has lived at the end of Boros Road near Nicklaus and Palmer drives in New Bern, North Carolina, since 1983 — put together a group called Carolina Pines United in 2016. © Provided by Golfweek The group sought to “strive to re-open the CP clubhouse/golf course implementing a modern strategy which better represents the needs of the community,” according to the now-defunct group’s Facebook page. The organization lost a bit of steam and never really got off the ground. “It was a community effort to try to save the golf course. And, you know, the golf course added a lot to the community; and unfortunately, it was not successful,” said Dove. However, the course itself is still visible and in relatively...
    Loading the player... The Los Angeles County sheriff who was the first to arrive at an accident scene early Tuesday that left Tiger Woods injured and surgery-bound is revealing what the golf legend said upon being found.  “He was able to speak to me. At that time, he seemed as though he was calm and lucid,” Deputy Carlos Gonzalez said Tuesday afternoon. “I spoke to him. I asked him what his name was. He told me his name was Tiger, and at that moment, I immediately recognized him.”  Tiger Woods hits his tee shot on the 15th hole during the final round of the PNC Championship at the Ritz Carlton Golf Club two months ago in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images) Woods, 45, was injured in a single-car accident early Tuesday morning while driving a 2020 Genesis GV80 SUV. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries but underwent surgery for...
    J&J Covid Vaccine Found Effective by FDA Before Panel Meets Panels postpone vote on Neera Tanden, Bidens controversial pick for budget chief The sports world received stunning news Tuesday when Tiger Woods, arguably the greatest golfer in history — and among the top all-time athletes — was involved in a car crash. The injuries Woods sustained in the single-car crash, while not life-threatening, have required extensive and intensive surgery. It's uncertain whether they are career-ending. No others were injured in the crash; Woods was the lone occupant of his vehicle. Woods' injury prompted a flood of well wishes and prayers, not only from golfers and athletes, but politicians, actors and celebrities of all kinds from across the world — to be expected for one of the most beloved golfers of all time. Here's everything you need to know about Woods' crash, including the severity of his injury, the cause of...
    LOS ANGELES (CBS SF/AP) — In a career filled with remarkable comebacks, former Stanford star and golf icon Tiger Woods faces his toughest recovery of all. Anish Mahajan, the chief medical officer at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, said Woods shattered tibia and fibula bones on his right leg in multiple locations in the crash. READ MORE: Bay Area COVID-19 Roundup: Many Feeling Zoom Fatigue; Frys Electronics Shutting Down Stores; Bay Area Counties Move To Red Tier Those injuries were stabilized during hours in the operating room by a rod in the tibia. He said a combination of screws and pins were used to stabilize additional injuries in the ankle and foot. A statement on his Twitter account said he was awake, responsive and recovering. Woods was driving through a sweeping, downhill stretch of road through coastal suburbs of Los Angeles when his SUV struck a sign, crossed over a raised median...
    GOLF LOVERS will be hoping Tiger Woods can add to his ‘superman’ status, and match the incredible recovery achieved by one of his boyhood idols, Ben Hogan. Hogan was almost killed when his car was hit head-on by a Greyhounds bus in February 1949. 14Tiger Woods will be hoping to take inspiration from his hero Ben Hogan (above) on his road to recovery 14Woods is in hospital after a horrific car crash yesterdayCredit: Getty 14The golf legend was cut from the wreckage of his car and hauled out of the windscreen by firefightersCredit: The Mega Agency 14The 15-time Major champion underwent surgery on his lower right leg and ankleCredit: The Mega Agency But he came back from a shattered pelvis, busted ribs, a broken collarbone and near-fatal blood clots to win six more Majors, taking his total to nine. Woods’ injuries are not as serious as those sustained by Hogan...
    Tiger Woods, Greg Gutfeld. Getty/Chung Sung-Jun/John Lamparski Fox News anchor Greg Gutfeld reacted angrily to the network's wall-to-wall coverage of Tiger Woods' car crash. "Everybody wants to hear about his for an hour? I don't know," Gutfeld said live on air Tuesday.  "My prayers are limited," he later added. "There's some real bad stuff going on in this world. Maybe we should focus on that stuff." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Fox News host Greg Gutfeld reacted angrily to the network's wall-to-wall coverage of Tiger Woods' crash, saying live on air that his "prayers are limited" for the golf star. Woods, 45, was hospitalized after sustaining multiple leg and ankle injuries, including compound fractures to his right tibia and fibula, in a car crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Global news media was quick to focus on the news, particularly soon after the crash when the...
    Churches are becoming COVID-19 vaccination sites for people of color Myanmar juntas top diplomat in talks with Thailand, Indonesia Tiger Woods suffered significant injuries to his right leg and ankle and remains hospitalized in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning. © Provided by Golf Channel In a statement released through his Twitter feed at 12:30 a.m. ET Wednesday, Woods was “awake, responsive and recovering” after surgery at the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. After a single-car rollover crash early Tuesday while he was on his way to a video shoot, Woods suffered comminuted open fractures to the upper and lower sections of his right leg, as well as significant trauma to his right ankle. The lengthy surgical procedure required the insertion of a rod, screws and pins to stabilize his leg, according to Dr. Anish Mahajan, chief medical officer at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. pic.twitter.com/vZitnFV0YA— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) February 24, 2021
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Celebrities and athletes took to Twitter on Tuesday to send Tiger Woods their well wishes after the famed golfer suffered major leg injuries in a rollover crash in the Rancho Palos Verdes area. The crash was reported just after 7 a.m. when sheriff’s officials responded to a single-vehicle rollover traffic collision on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and the Rancho Palos Verdes, according to an LASD statement. READ MORE: Tiger Woods Responsive And Recovering After Suffering Serious Leg, Ankle Injuries In Rollover Crash Jada Pinkett Smith said “Prayers up for the GOAT Tiger Woods who was in an accident this morning. Was just with him yesterday. Don’t take not even a MOMENT for granted! I know you’re good because your Tiger within is a beast!!!and fellow athletes shared their thoughts and prayers for the golfer.” Prayers up for the GOAT @TigerWoods who was in an...
    Car crash: Tiger Woods had a rod inserted in his leg during an emergency surgery after a high-speed crash Confession of Partially Blind Lookout Is Breakthrough in Journalist’s Murder © Getty/Chung Sung-Jun/Chris Graythen Tiger Woods, Drew Brees. Getty/Chung Sung-Jun/Chris Graythen Tiger Woods was on his way to give NFL stars Drew Brees and Justin Herbert golf lessons when he crashed his car, ESPN reports. Woods was hospitalized after sustaining multiple leg injuries in a crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday. A day prior, he had been giving lessons to celebrities as part of a two-day shoot for Golf Digest. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tiger Woods was on his way to a shoot where he was to give NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees and Justin Herbert golf lessons when he crashed his car, according to ESPN's Shelley Smith. Woods, 45, was hospitalized after sustaining multiple leg injuries,...
    Tiger Woods, Drew Brees. Getty/Chung Sung-Jun/Chris Graythen Tiger Woods was on his way to give NFL stars Drew Brees and Justin Herbert golf lessons when he crashed his car, ESPN reports. Woods was hospitalized after sustaining multiple leg injuries in a crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday. A day prior, he had been giving lessons to celebrities as part of a two-day shoot for Golf Digest. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Tiger Woods was on his way to a shoot where he was to give NFL quarterbacks Drew Brees and Justin Herbert golf lessons when he crashed his car, according to ESPN's Shelley Smith. Woods, 45, was hospitalized after sustaining multiple leg injuries, including compound fractures to his tibia and fibula, in a car crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Woods' team have since released a statement to say he is "awake, responsive, and recovering in...
    (CNN)In the days leading up to the crash that authorities say he was lucky to survive, golf legend Tiger Woods was in his element, hosting a PGA tour event and giving golf lessons to sports stars and actors for a TV special. Tiger Woods had a rod inserted in his leg during an emergency surgery after a high-speed crashIt was around 7 a.m. PT on Tuesday in Rancho Palos Verdes, near Los Angeles, when the SUV he was driving crossed a median and went across two lanes of road before hitting a curb, hitting a tree and landing on its side off the roadway in the brush. The 15-time major champion was lucid following the crash and was taken to a hospital for surgery.The accident brought to a halt a series of events that had him "in good spirits," noted Daniel Rapaport, the Tiger Woods correspondent for Golf Digest. From...
    New York : In 2019, Trump decorated Woods with the Medal of Freedom. Photo: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / . / . The former president of the United States, Donald Trump, sent a message of support to the golfer Tiger Woods, after he suffered a serious car accident that has him admitted to the hospital. Through Jason Miller, your spokesperson, Trump, who has his Twitter account suspended, shared his feelings after what happened with Tiger Woods, whom awarded the Medal of Freedom in 2019, after the golfer won the Masters. “Get well soon, Tiger. You are a true champion!“Reads the message that Miller shared as a statement from the former president. Statement from Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America: Get well soon, Tiger. You are a true champion! “ – Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) February 23, 2021 But Donald was not the only...
    Tiger Woods was recovering from surgery at a Los Angeles hospital early Wednesday after surgeons placed a rod in his lower right leg and screws and pins in his foot and ankle. The legendary golfer suffered “significant orthopaedic injuries to his right lower extremity” following his devastating SUV crash outside Los Angeles earlier in the day, according to Harbor-UCLA Medical Center’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anish Mahajan. Woods, 45, sustained “open fractures affecting both the upper and lower portions of the tibia and fibula,” Mahajan said. Surgeons stabilized Woods’ leg bones by inserting a rod into the tibia. Injuries to the golfer’s foot and ankle bones were treated with screws and pins. Woods “is currently awake, responsive, and recovering in his hospital room,” according to a statement from his charity, TGR Foundation. The athlete was traveling alone at around 7:12 a.m. on Hawthorne Boulevard and Blackhorse Road in Rancho Palos...
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    By STEFANIE DAZIO and DOUG FERGUSON | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — Tiger Woods crashed his SUV on sweeping, downhill road in the Los Angels suburbs Tuesday morning, and doctors tried to stabilize “significant” injuries to his right leg with rods and a combination of screws and pins. Woods was driving to a television shoot when his SUV crashed into a median, rolled over and ended up on its side near a steep road known for wrecks, authorities said. Golf’s biggest star had to be pulled out through the windshield. Woods’ foundation said in a statement he was awake, responsive and recovering in the hospital. Dr. Anish Mahajan, the chief medical officer at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, said Woods shattered the tibia and fibula bones of his lower right leg in multiple locations. Those injuries were stabilized with a rod in the tibia. Additional injuries to the bones in the foot...
    Tuesday, former President Donald Trump called into FNC’s “Fox News Primetime” to discuss professional golfer Tiger Woods’ crash in California. Trump boasted of Woods’ accomplishments and predicted that he would “be back.” Transcript as follows: PAVLICH: Joining me now by phone, President Donald Trump. Mr. President, thank you so much for joining us tonight. DONALD TRUMP, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (via telephone): Hi, Katie. PAVLICH: Great to hear from you. So, of course, you are friends with Tiger Woods. You’ve spent a lot of time with him, and when you hear anybody’s in an accident, it’s a horrific thing to witness, but especially someone that you know — and we’re all happy that he is OK. And how did you react when you first heard the news this morning? TRUMP: Well, I was really surprised. And, you know, he is doing so well. He’s — he’s getting —...
    The sports world began reacting immediately to news that golf legend Tiger Woods suffered a frightening single-car crash in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, with many offering their thoughts and prayers to Woods and his family. The Masters Tournament was one of the first to tweet out its hopes for Tiger’s quick recovery: “Tiger Woods is part of the Augusta National family, and the news of his accident is upsetting to all of us. We pray for him, for his full recovery and for his family during this difficult time.” – Chairman Fred Ridley — The Masters (@TheMasters) February 23, 2021 The Golf Channel featured comments from golfer Justin Thomas who said the news made him “sick to his stomach”: Justin Thomas got emotional while reacting to the news of Tiger Woods’ accident. pic.twitter.com/7YC3TNzM0f — Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) February 23, 2021 Thomas also tweeted his reaction: Sick to my stomach...
    Elijah McClain: Sheneen McClain relieved her son is no longer labeled a suspect after investigation into officers actions Bad politics for them: GOP sneers at Dem Covid bill © Provided by Golfweek The Genesis Invitational Tiger Woods crash: Deputy says seatbelt likely saved his life Golfweek See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in Hawaii 2020 Golfweek Jon Rahm signs with Callaway, TravisMathew Golfweek QBE Shootout: How much money each team earned Golfweek How much money the top PGA Tour golfers won at the Mayakoba Golf Classic Golfweek Click to expand Replay Video Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in Hawaii 2020 These are Golfweeks Top 10 best courses you can play in the Aloha State. Golfweek Jon Rahm signs with Callaway, TravisMathew The...
    Former President Donald Trump shared a get-well message for golfer Tiger Woods following a serious car crash, returning to the air Tuesday night to predict a comeback for the star athlete. Trump, a keen golfer who owns several courses and a television celebrity before becoming president, also praised Woods's talent on the green and his ability to draw record ratings, calling it a "kind of phenomenon." “He’s gonna be back, I have no doubt about it. He’s gonna be back,” Trump said in a Tuesday night interview on Fox News, alluding little to his own planned return to the stage. “He’s overcome a lot. He’s had an incredible life, and he’s going to continue to have an incredible life,” Trump said. "It’s pretty bad on the legs, I understand. He’ll figure out a way.” Trump, who was banned from social media after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, stepped into a...
    Elijah McClain: Sheneen McClain relieved her son is no longer labeled a suspect after investigation into officers actions Top Democrat Says House Will Vote on Friday: Stimulus Update © Provided by Golfweek The Genesis Invitational Tiger Woods crash: Deputy says seatbelt likely saved his life Golfweek See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in Hawaii 2020 Golfweek Jon Rahm signs with Callaway, TravisMathew Golfweek QBE Shootout: How much money each team earned Golfweek How much money the top PGA Tour golfers won at the Mayakoba Golf Classic Golfweek Click to expand Replay Video Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play in Hawaii 2020 These are Golfweeks Top 10 best courses you can play in the Aloha State. Golfweek Jon Rahm signs with Callaway, TravisMathew The...
    Elijah McClain: Sheneen McClain relieved her son is no longer labeled a suspect after investigation into officers actions Top Democrat Says House Will Vote on Friday: Stimulus Update Carlos Gonzalez calls the stretch of Hawthorne Blvd. where Tiger Woods suffered serious injuries in a roll-over car accident Tuesday morning “one of our trouble spots.” © Provided by Golf Channel The speed limit on the Rolling Hills Estates-area road is listed at 45 mph, but Gonzalez, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputy who was first on the scene of Woods’ crash, said he’s clocked drivers traveling the downhill, sweeping road at speeds excess of 80 mph. He’s also seen “many collisions” there, including fatal ones. “It’s very fortunate that Mr. Woods was able to come out of this alive,” Gonzalez said. Gonzalez said that Woods was wearing a seatbelt in the driver’s side of the Genesis SUV when he...
    New York : After the serious car accident was made public that Tiger Woods suffered, one of the largest in the history of American sports, and subsequent surgery for serious injuries to his legs, social networks have exploded in all kinds of reactions from athletes, ex-presidents and celebrities they did not wait. These are some of the most prominent. Considered the best golfer in history, also American Jack nicklaus he could not be indifferent to the accident of one who threatened his place in golf. The 18 times champion of majors He and his wife Barbara wish Woods the best. “Barbara and I have just learned of Tiger’s accident and, like everyone else, we are deeply concerned. We want to offer you our sincere support and prayers at this difficult time. Please join us in wishing Tiger a successful surgery and all the best for a full recovery. ”...
    Tiger Woods was involved in a single-car accident on Tuesday morning in California shortly after 10 a.m. ET. The car rolled over multiple times, reportedly causing the golf legend to suffer a shattered ankle and two leg fractures, one of which was compound. L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said 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, where he was giving lessons to celebrities and actors. To clarify: Tiger is in LA for a two-day shoot with Golf Digest and GOLFTV. Despite some speculation, he was not playing holes or hitting balls, but giving on-course lessons to celebrities. Tiger was in good spirits Monday. Did not arrive to course Tuesday. — Daniel Rapaport (@Daniel_Rapaport) February 23, 2021 MORE: Tiger Woods ‘lucky to...
    Former President Donald Trump told Fox News Tuesday that he has "no doubt" Tiger Woods will make a strong comeback after suffering serious injuries in a car accident in Southern California. "He has overcome a lot, but he has had an incredible life and he is going to continue to have an incredible life," Trump told "Fox News Primetime" host Katie Pavlich. "He will recover from this ... he will figure out a way." Trump awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Woods following his victory at the Masters Tournament in 2019. In remarks prior to the presentation, Trump hailed Woods as "a global symbol of American excellence, devotion, and drive." Woods was the sole occupant in the crash near the Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Officials said the crash occurred at around 7:12 a.m. and the vehicle sustained "major damage." Woods was transported to Harbor UCLA Hospital, with multiple injuries to both his legs. TRUMP REACTS TO TIGER WOODS CRASH...
    More from: Mark Cannizzaro Sam Darnolds close friend, Mark Sanchez sound off on delicate Jets situation Max Homa overcomes near-debacle — and fear of Tiger Woods Dustin Johnson clear No. 1 golfer in every possible way Jordan Spieth is on his way to being all the way back Joaquin Niemann raises $2 million to give 5-month-old cousin chance at life Whether Tiger Woods ever plays another golf tournament is irrelevant now. The Masters in April? Who cares? His pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’ record 18 major championships? So what? What matters most in the wake of his horrific car accident on Tuesday in the Los Angeles area is not Tiger Woods the golfer, but Tiger Woods the human being. You’ve probably seen the chilling images of the wreckage on TV and the internet. Woods’ Genesis courtesy car mangled and lying in the woods on its driver’s side. His Nike luggage...
    Five board members of Texas grid operator ERCOT resign Top Senate Republican has serious concerns over Pentagon policy pick Celebrities from around the world sent their thoughts and prayers to Tiger Woods after his scary Tuesday morning car crash in Los Angeles County. “Praying for TW right now,” champion skier Lindsey Vonn, who is also Woods’ ex-girlfriend, said Tuesday afternoon. © Ringo H.W. Chiu Tiger Woods' crashed SUV is seen from across the road. Tiger Woods' crashed SUV is seen from across the road. (Ringo H.W. Chiu/) “Barbara and I just heard about Tiger’s accident, and like everyone else, we are deeply concerned,” Jack Nicklaus tweeted about himself and his wife. “We want to offer him our heartfelt support and prayers at this difficult time. Please join us in wishing Tiger a successful surgery and all the best for a full recovery.” Woods, 45, suffered serious injuries...
    Former President Donald Trump called into Fox News Tuesday night to talk about Tiger Woods after Woods was injured in a serious car crash earlier. Trump spoke with Katie Pavlich on Fox News Primetime and talked about his past friendship with Woods, and how he awarded Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2019. “He’s had an incredible life and he’s going to continue to have an incredible life,” Trump said. “But now he’ll recover from this. It’s pretty bad on the legs, I understand. He’ll figure a way. But he’s a wonderful person.” Trump has not made many media appearances since he left office — particularly in the wake of his supporters violently storming the Capitol on January 6th — but last week he appeared on Fox News, Newsmax, and OAN after the passing of Rush Limbaugh. The former president is expected to speak at CPAC this coming weekend. You...
    TIGER Woods was on his way to play golf with two NFL stars when he crashed and flipped his car. The golfer was reportedly running late to meet Drew Brees and Justin Herbert for a lesson. Follow our Tiger Woods live blog for all the latest news and stories... 15Tiger Woods is in surgery after suffering multiple injuries when his car flipped overCredit: TheImageDirect.com 15Footage from the scene showed the vehicle was badly damagedCredit: AP:Associated Press 15The golfer's condition is believed to be non life threateningCredit: AP:Associated Press The 45-year-old was also going to have a photoshoot with the two quarterbacks, it is believed. Sources told Fox News that Woods' crew and handler had gone on ahead to get things ready for the shoot and waited two hours before hearing about the crash. It is not known how or when Brees, who plays for New Orleans Saints, and Los...
    President Donald Trump urged legendary golfer Tiger Woods to “get well soon” after he was injured in a rollover accident and transported to the hospital on Tuesday. “Get well soon, Tiger. You are a true champion!” Trump wrote in a short statement distributed by his adviser Jason Miller on Twitter. Statement from Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America: “Get well soon, Tiger. You are a true champion!” — Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) February 23, 2021 The extent of Wood’s injuries is currently unknown, although there were conflicting reports of first responders having to use the “jaws of life” to cut him out of his vehicle. So the LA Sherrifs Department is now telling Fox News that the jaws of life were not used to extricate Tiger Woods from his vehicle. Capt. James Powers: "That was not an accurate statement." pic.twitter.com/kT9NLchCh4 — Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) February 23,...