Tiger Woods learned a lesson: I'm not going to take it for granted anymore



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Tiger Woods learned a lesson: I'm not going to take it for granted anymore

In an interview for skysporst, Tiger Woods talked about The 150th Open at St Andrews. Although he planned to play in the US Open, he missed the tournament and was preparing for the next challenges. Woods was in a lot of pain, and needed time to rest.

All this taught him one big lesson, and that is not to take things for granted. He is happy because of the support he constantly has, and we hope to see him on the golf courses as much as possible. "As I said, I'm very thankful for all the support I've gotten, my treatment staff, all of my surgeons who are repairing this leg and keeping it.

So I have my own two legs, which I'm not going to take it for granted anymore, some people do." - Tiger Woods said, as quoted by skysports.

Tiger Woods and doctors

Tiger Woods beat medical diagnoses and predictions.

None of the doctors expected Woods to return, but he still showed persistence and constancy. It seems that the love for golf is so great that it can overcome all problems. "If you asked me last year whether I would play golf again, all of my surgeons would have said no.

But here I am playing two major championships this year." He plans to play golf for many more years. Nothing can convince him otherwise. Of course, it's hard for him to be constantly at the top, but after all, the only thing that matters is that Woods is there.

"I will always be able to play golf, whether it's this leg or someone else's leg or false leg or different body pieces that have been replaced or fused, I'll always be able to play. Now if you say play at a championship level, well, that window is definitely not as long as I would like it to be."