Tiger Woods was said to have been lucky to escape with his life after a car crash and he is now undergoing extensive rehabilitation on his road to recovery.
Tiger Woods was said to have been lucky to escape with his life after a February crash in Los Angeles, and he re-emerged smiling on Friday.
Fifteen-time major winner Woods is recovering at his Florida home after the car crash in Los Angeles that saw him suffer severe leg injuries.
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Los Angeles police confirmed Tiger Woods reached speeds in excess of 80mph but his serious car crash was not down to intoxication.
Sheriff Alex Villanueva had previously said detectives had determined the cause of the crash but he would not release it, citing privacy concerns
Woods suffered serious injuries in the Feb. 23 crash when he struck a raised median in Rolling Hills Estates, just outside Los Angeles
Woods has left hospital after last month's rollover which left him with serious leg injuries.
The crash injured Woods’ right leg, requiring a lengthy surgery to stabilize shattered tibia and fibula bones.
Tiger Woods was touched by the support of his peers at the WGC-Workday Championship, expressing his gratitude as he recovers following a car crash.
Tiger Woods, a 15-time major champion, was involved in a single-vehicle incident that saw his car roll 'several hundred feet'
Woods suffered a serious leg injury when the SUV he was driving went off a Los Angeles County road and rolled over on a downhill stretch known for crashes.
On his way to a TV shoot, the SUV which Woods was driving suffered a serious accident and the star golfer had to be pulled out through the car's windshield.
The 15-time major winner Woods was temporarily trapped in the wreckage before being taken to hospital to undergo surgery on 'significant' injuries to his right leg.
American superstar Tiger Woods underwent emergency surgery after he was "very fortunate" to survive a single-car accident in California.
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