Tiger Woods in car accident

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And a bunch of hookers :p (ok that's probably a bridge I shouldn't have crossed)

In all reality I hope he's ok, I think he's a talented golfer who was his share of off course problems both health and otherwise.
Generalizing Tiger Woods as only a "talented" golfer might be the understatment of the year. He is in the argument for greatest ever.
 
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Clonefan32

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I bet his golf career is over.
Was having this conversation with a friend before all of this, but I got the impression after that interview with Nantz we wouldn't see him play very much golf again. His back is totally shot and I think he's realizing with his kids he'd probably like to at least play some casual golf as he gets older.
 
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Was having this conversation with a friend before all of this, but I got the impression after that interview with Nantz we wouldn't see him play very much golf again. His back is totally shot and I think he's realizing with his kids he'd probably like to at least play some casual golf as he gets older.
And one doesn’t bounce back from a compound leg fracture, especially with a bad back.
 
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Ben Hogan was almost killed in a car crash at the age of 37 in 1949, and came back to play well enough to be PGA player of the year 3 of the next 5 years after his accident.

You never know what is possible!

He's 45.
 

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