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    Tiger Woods is “awake, responsive, and recovering in his hospital room” following emergency surgery after a single-car accident in southern California, the golf legend’s foundation said in a statement. Harbor-UCLA Medical Center chief medical officer Dr. Anish Mahajan said Woods “suffered significant orthopaedic injuries” to his right leg. Mahajan said a rod was inserted to stabilize his femur bones and tibia, and “combination of screws and pins” were used to stabilize injuries in his foot bones. pic.twitter.com/vZitnFV0YA — Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) February 24, 2021 Shortly before 7:15 A.M. Tuesday, Woods crashed his luxury SUV into a raised median while driving through Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles County. Woods was conscious while firefighters extracted him from the vehicles windshield with a Halligan tool and axe. As Golf Digest reports: Woods, 45, was in California for a two-day content shoot with Golf Digest/GOLFTV after serving as host for the PGA Tour’s Genesis Invitational over the...
    Stars Who’ve Spoken Out About Getting the COVID-19 Vaccine 13 Investing Rules You Should Break During the Pandemic Upon news that Tiger Woods was seriously injured in a car crash Tuesday in Los Angeles, Woods' fellow professional golfers and other athletes reacted on social media and elsewhere, many offering their thoughts and prayers to Woods and his family. © Provided by Golf Channel Here are some of those reactions: Justin Thomas got emotional while reacting to the news of Tiger Woods’ accident. pic.twitter.com/7YC3TNzM0f— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) February 23, 2021 Praying for TW right now ????????— lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) February 23, 2021 Thoughts are with @TigerWoods and others involved, wishing a speedy recovery and I hope the injuries are not bad????????— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) February 23, 2021 Literally sick to my stomach right now ???? prayers up for the big cat ????????— Kamaiu "My My" Johnson (@KamaiuJohnson) February 23, 2021 TIGER!!!!!...
    Celebs react to Capitol breach during MAGA rally A Black senator from Georgia Justin Thomas shows off champions belt at dinner with Tiger and Charlie Woods If the highlight of last month’s PNC Championship was 11-year-old Charlie Woods, son of 15-time major champion Tiger, the endearing sideshow was the feisty banter between the younger Woods and Justin Thomas. © Provided by Golf Channel Thomas and Charlie Woods have an ongoing rivalry that includes regular putting competitions and at the PNC Championship, where Thomas was teamed with his father, Mike, that rivalry was intensified by the Thomas’ victory. Sentry Tournament of Champions: Full-field tee times | Full coverage Gallery: Photos: Ryan Garcia's KO victory over Luke Campbell (SMG) Asked Wednesday at the Sentry Tournament of Champions if he’d had a chance to show off his champion's belt for winning the team event to Tiger and his son, Thomas smiled and...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Unfazed by the spotlight, 11-year-old Charlie Woods delivered a great show Sunday at the PNC Championship — but it was one of his mentors who took the trophy. Justin Thomas and his father, Mike, turned in a 15-under 57 in the scramble format for a one-shot victory over Vijay Singh and son Qass. Tiger and Charlie Woods were seventh out of the 20 teams. Tiger has credited Mike Thomas, a longtime club professional in Kentucky, as his son’s principal instructor. “Mike has been very impactful in terms of him enjoying the sport,” Woods said. Tiger Woods watches his son Charlies shot from the third fairway during the final round of the PNC Championship golf tournament, Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack) Elin Nordegren, left, and daughter Sam Alexis Woods, center, follow Tiger Woods and...
    Coronavirus updates: Moderna vaccinations set to begin Monday; New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urges feds to ban flights from UK; 317K US deaths EU-UK trade talks slog on past another Brexit deadline Tiger Woods and his son Charlie stole the show at the father-son PNC Championship, even though they finished 7th © Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Tiger Woods and his son, Charlie. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images Tiger Woods and his 11-year-old son Charlie stole the show at the PNC Championship this weekend, despite finishing in seventh place. The Woods pair finished on 20-under-par, five back from the winning pairing of Justin Thomas and his father, Mike. Thomas Jr. and Sr. shot a staggering 15-under-par 57 on Sunday, but couldn't take the limelight from the Woods men. Charlie Woods hit headlines all weekend for his incredible golf game and notable similarities to his dad — including club twirls, trash talk, and...
    The guy with a swoosh on his shirt and a Tiger head cover on his driver looked pretty good. So did Tiger Woods. Charlie Woods, the 11-year-old son of the 15-time major champion, made his national TV debut Saturday in the PNC Championship. And according to his dad, he played just like he does at home. Never mind that he had some 250 people following along, more than his dad had watching him at the Masters. Charlie confidently twirled his club before shots, quickly picked up the tee on his drives and even pumped his fist on the par-5 third hole with a 3-wood into 3 feet for eagle. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM They finished the scramble format at 10-under 62, four shots behind Matt Kuchar and son Cameron. "I don't really care about my game," Woods said. "I'm just making sure that Charlie has the...
    Record number of COVID-19 deaths hit Illinois nursing homes Former Cuomo aide loses press staffer over harassment allegations against governor, source says Charlie Woods shines, and carries his dad Tiger Woods, in PNC Championship debut ORLANDO – Charlie Woods is having the time of his life this week at the PNC Championship. © Provided by Golfweek PNC Championship 2020 He’s just 11 years old, making his tournament debut as the youngest ever competitor in this 36-hole exhibition featuring winners of prestigious tournaments and their family members. On Saturday, Charlie carried his famous father, the 15-time major champion. “He did,” Tiger said with a big smile on his face. The proud papa added that his only son hit “some of the most incredible shots,” and that he had “the best time.” Father and son teamed for a score of 10-under 62 in the scramble format, offsetting a bogey at the...
    By DOUG FERGUSON, AP Golf Writer The guy with a swoosh on his shirt and a Tiger head cover on his driver looked pretty good. So did Tiger Woods. Charlie Woods, the 11-year-old son of the 15-time major champion, made his national TV debut Saturday in the PNC Championship. And according to his dad, he played just like he does at home. Never mind that he had some 250 people following along, more than his dad had watching him at the Masters. Charlie confidently twirled his club before shots, quickly picked up the tee on his drives and even pumped his fist on the par-5 third hole with a 3-wood into 3 feet for eagle. They finished the scramble format at 10-under 62, four shots behind Matt Kuchar and son Cameron. “I don't really care about my game,” Woods said. “I'm just making sure that Charlie has the time of...
    The guy with a swoosh on his shirt and a Tiger head cover on his driver looked pretty good. So did Tiger Woods. Charlie Woods, the 11-year-old son of the 15-time major champion, made his national TV debut Saturday in the PNC Championship. And according to his dad, he played just like he does at home. Never mind that he had some 250 people following along, more than his dad had watching him at the Masters. Charlie confidently twirled his club before shots, quickly picked up the tee on his drives and even pumped his fist on the par-5 third hole with a 3-wood into 3 feet for eagle. They finished the scramble format at 10-under 62, four shots behind Matt Kuchar and son Cameron. “I don’t really care about my game,” Woods said. “I’m just making sure that Charlie has the time of his life. And he’s...
    Tiger Woods and his 11-year-old son were on the practice range together Thursday at the PNC Championship, and social media was blazing with how good Charlie’s swing looked, right down to the club twirl. What got the attention of Justin Thomas was competitive chirping. He recalled a putting contest they had two years ago in Woods’ backyard. Thomas said it was one of the few weeks he occupied the No. 1 world ranking. “Charlie was leading going into the last hole,” Thomas said. “Charlie is mouthing off, ‘Here I am a 9-year-old beating the No. 1 player in the world and supposedly the best player of all time.’ He three-putted and I made it. Shut him up pretty quick.” The next competition will be on national TV. Woods and his son are among 20 teams in Orlando, Florida, for the PNC Championship that starts Saturday,...
    Tiger Woods and his son Charlie have shown that the statement 'like father like son' may well ring true after all after showing off their synchronised shots. The pair are set to tee off together this weekend at the 2020 PNC Championship in Orlando, which will offer golf fans their first full glimpse of the 11-year-old on the course. The Florida competition - which takes place over two days on December 19 and December 20 - allows major champions to compete in a 20-team, 36-hole scramble alongside one family member. Tiger Woods and his son Charlie have shown off their stunning synchronised hitting Their pre and post-swing routine was identical and they hit the ball at nearly the same time But the duo arrived at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club early on Thursday for a practice session Just like his father. ¿¿ pic.twitter.com/L4HmvsRW5y— PGA TOUR Champions (@ChampionsTour) December...
    (CNN)He may only be 11, but Tiger Woods' son Charlie is clearly a chip off the old block when it comes to golf. The pair were a mirror image of each other when warming up on Thursday ahead of the PNC Championship -- an end-of-season event where professionals line-up with a family member of their choice. Both kitted out in their Nike attire, the similarities between father and son were there for all to see and a video of the pair teeing off at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club Grande Lakes went viral. From the swing to the casual admiration of their shot, the pair looked in perfect sync. But Woods Snr. is not putting any pressure on his son to fill his shoes. "It's so much fun for me to see him enjoying this, enjoying the game," he said.Read More"He's been playing junior golf tournaments and he's been out in...
    Regional leaders push incoming Biden administration to boost funding for Metro Energy Dept., nuclear agency breached as part of massive cyberattack: report Tiger Woods, son Charlie to make debut: He has this opportunity to enjoy and hes doing that ORLANDO – Alastair Johnston, the longtime IMG executive, has been waiting for this day for a long time. © Provided by Golfweek Tiger Woods, Charlie Woods Just days after Woods won the 1997 Masters at the age of 21, his first of 15 major championships, Johnston congratulated Woods, his next door neighbor at Isleworth Country Club, on his achievement and added, “Good news is you’ve now qualified for the Father-Son.” Woods shot him a quizzical look, unaware that one of the perks of joining the major-winner club was a potential spot in what is now known as the PNC Championship, a two-person best-ball event pairing 20 major winners (or Players...
    (CNN)Who knew Rory McIlroy was such a fan of Domino's pizza and that Justin Thomas was the king of trash talk?During the Payne's Valley Cup -- a Ryder Cup-style tournament where players are fitted with microphones for fans to listen in -- McIlroy declared his love for the pizza chain, much to the amusement of Thomas.We also found out that Thomas struggles to sleep with a stuffed raccoon starring at him. Justin Rose quipped he had a similar problem but with pictures of Tiger Woods. That brought a huge grin to Woods' face.The four were competing in the Team US vs. Team Europe exhibition match to mark the opening Payne's Valley Golf Course at Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Missouri -- the first public golf course designed by Woods' TGR Design firm.READ: Bryson Dechambeau added 40 pounds to boost game. This is what he ateRead MoreA general view of the...
    600,000 without power as flooding move north 9 Ways Trader Joes Changed the Way We Grocery Shop More equipment spotted at the U.S. Open: Rickie Fowler, Phil Mickelson and Justin Thomas As the game’s best players make their final adjustments before the start of the 2020 U.S. Open, Golfweeek’s resident gear guru, senior writer David Dusek, has been in the practice areas and around the greens. Here are a few things he spotted on Wednesday. © Provided by Golfweek Justin Thomas' Titleist gear MORE:Tracker: Follow Tiger Woods' opening round at the 120th U.S. Open, shot by shot Whistling Straits sister project (also on Lake Michigan) again held up by lawsuit Texas Tech's Sandy Scott open to the challenge of Winged Foot Round with Tiger Woods sparked Gary Woodland's march to U.S. Open victory Former U.S. Open champs Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth making gear changes at Winged Foot
    MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) — The older he gets, the more difficult it gets for Tiger Woods. He is one victory away from setting the PGA Tour career record, and it’s been that way since January. Every major he plays this year is a chance to tie the mark for the most titles in each one. He missed out on a fifth PGA Championship victory last month. He goes for No. 4 in the U.S. Open this week at Winged Foot. He gets a shot at a sixth green jacket at the Masters in November. “I think it gets harder to win as we all age,” Woods responded to a query about records getting harder to achieve the closer a player gets to them. “I think that when you’re in your prime, in your peak years, you have to take advantage of those opportunities so then when you get to the...
    SAN FRANCISCO — Who’s the baddest man in golf right now? With the No. 1 ranking already having changed hands four times this year, that answer is up for debate on the eve of the first major championship to be played in more than a year with this week’s PGA Championship at Harding Park. There’s no debate in the mind of Brooks Koepka, though. Koepka doesn’t care who officially holds the top spot — it’s Justin Thomas at the moment thanks to his win Sunday in Memphis. He doesn’t care that Bryson DeChambeau has hogged so much of the attention for the past two months with his bulked-up frame and added length off the tee. Koepka will walk to the first tee Thursday morning believing he’s the player to beat this week. Because that’s how he rolls. Koepka held the No. 1 spot for 47 weeks before he lost it...
    Katzs Deli offers outdoor dining for first time in its 132-year history 7-Elevens Free Slurpee Day was canceled and there are fewer food deals, Tax Day freebies due to COVID-19 Justin Thomas teases Tiger: Hes scared to come out and play against all of us DUBLIN, Ohio – Justin Thomas took the 54-hole lead Saturday in the Workday Charity Open at Muirfield Village Golf Club. © Provided by Golfweek Then he took a shot at Tiger Woods. “I’m glad that he’s finally coming back out,” Thomas said after shooting a 6-under-par 66 to take a two-shot lead after 54 holes in the Workday. “I think he was starting to get a little sassy. I was telling him he’s scared to come out and play against all of us when he’s sitting at home, just trying to give him a hard time.” Woods announced Thursday he will play in next...
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