Tiger Woods has a long, uncertain road ahead after car crash, emergency doctor says
The road where Tiger Woods crashed has been notorious for decades. Now officials are hoping to fix it
Tiger Woods could return to competitive golf within a year, top orthopedic surgeons said on Wednesday, but the road back from serious leg injuries sustained in a car crash will be a long and grueling one. Photo collection here
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Tiger Woods has a long, uncertain road ahead after crash, emergency doctor says
Another great Tiger Woods comeback is possible, say experts: Tiger Woods could return to competitive golf within a year, top orthopedic surgeons said on Wednesday, but the road back from serious leg injuries sustained in a car crash will be a long and…
Golf champion Tiger Woods was hospitalized in Los Angeles with severe leg injuries suffered when his car careened off a road and rolled down a hillside, requiring rescue crews to pry him from the crash wreckage, authorities said
Tiger Woods had to be pulled out through the windshield of his badly damaged SUV after Tuesday's crash in suburban Los Angeles. Authorities say the vehicle rolled over several times before ending up on its side near a steep road known for wrecks.
Golf legend Tiger Woods was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after suffering multiple injuries when his car went off a road and rolled down a steep hillside. Woods' injuries were not believed to be life threatening, officials said
Golf star Tiger Woods was injured in a vehicle rollover in Los Angeles County, authorities said. Aerial footage over the scene of the accident showed a car on its side with the front end heavily damaged. The wreckage appeared to be just off the side of a road on a hillside
When Tiger Woods won the Masters in 1997, he ate Arby's every day of that week. The brand capitalizing on that story, told in Tiger's book published last year. Here's the table at the Arby’s on 2733 Washington Road, across the street from the entrance to Augusta National.