Tiger Woods wont walk for three months as career under threat after horror car crash – Mirror Online
Tiger Woods reportedly will not walk for at least three months following his horror car crash.
The golf legend’s career is in the balance after he suffered serious leg injuries in the accident in Los Angeles this week.
Woods, a 15-time Major winner, suffered injuries including two open fractures and a shattered ankle, and had to have his right leg put back together with a metal rod, pins and screws.
The 45-year-old is now being treated at LA’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center – a level one trauma centre with a reputation for rehabbing athletes.
But it will be at least three months before Woods is able to put weight on his foot, according to former PGA Tour golfer and orthopedic surgeon Bill Mallon.