Tiger Woods against the new Super League



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Tiger Woods against the new Super League

"Tiger Woods turned down an offer from the Arab Super League that ranged from $ 700 to $ 800 million." Greg Norman revealed to Fox News. The "white shark" explained how the proposal to the Californian came before he was appointed CEO of LIV Golf.

Tiger Woods, statements

An offer, however, returned to the sender by Woods, who accused those who left the PGA Tour of "having turned their backs on the top American men's circuit that led them to be the players they are today"

On the morning of Tuesday, February 23, 2021, as Tiger Woods drove down a county road, steep in profile and with wide lanes allowing a speed of 45 mph (72 km/h), Mistaking the brake pedal and the accelerator pedal, he travels at a speed of 84 to 87 miles per hour — about 140 km/h — a dangerous speed given the road conditions and the cornering.

He lost control of his vehicle which crossed a central reservation, rolled over several times and ended up near the dual carriageway he was using. Luckily, no oncoming vehicle was hit. The accident occurred around 7:12 a.m. (PST) at Rolling Hills Estates north of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County with a Courtesy Vehicle Genesis GV80 that he was driving alone and had for the week.

The crash site is located at 26475 County Route N7 (33°47'09"N 118°21'53"W). Rescued from the vehicle by the emergency services, he suffered serious leg injuries and had to be admitted to the Cedars-Sinai medical center in Los Angeles for an emergency operation.

The seriousness of his injuries, in particular his multiple open fractures to his legs, could jeopardize his professional career. The vehicle's trajectory and speed were recorded by a crash data recorder. This trajectory is considered to determine if a crime took place, but if the accident is considered an unintentional accident the information is kept secret/confidential and the case closed.

Loss of vehicle control is questioned by some experts who believe that a vehicle going straight on a bend could be caused by a sleeping driver. In December 2021 he announced his return to the course on the occasion of the PNC Championship (en), a competition reserved for twenty major winners accompanied by their son, in which they positioned themselves in 2nd place after the team of John Daly and his son.

On this occasion, Woods declared that he was still far from being able to line up in regular competitions. Los Angeles police have determined the cause of the crash, but need Tiger Woods' consent to reveal it to protect his privacy.

On March 16, three weeks after his accident, Woods announced on social networks that he was released from hospital and that he is now continuing his recovery at home in Florida. The installation of a metal rod in the tibia of the right leg (as well as several screws at the level of his ankle) is necessary, in order to consolidate his injuries.