Tiger Woods spotted on crutches as he returns to L.A. after horrifc car accident
Tiger Woods, the former world number one and 15-time major winner, is still recovering from his terrifying February car collision that landed him in the hospital for three weeks.
It’s been almost four months since Woods suffered his terrible car crash in Southern California. But based on his new images, he still needs some time to recover 100%.
In the latest video by TMZ, Woods was seen arriving in Los Angeles via private jet on Monday with his girlfriend, Erica Herman. Once they deplaned, 45-year-old Tiger was spotted getting around with the help of crutches and was also sporting a black compression sleeve on his right leg.
The reason for his trip to Los Angeles is currently unclear. He may be here for follow-up treatments with some of the doctors who initially worked on his leg, but we are all guessing right now and don't know the actual reason behind his visit.
Woods described his rehabilitation from injuries as the most “painful” experience of his career and remained silent on his possible return to the sport.
In his recent interview with Golf Digest Woods said, "This has been an entirely different animal. I understand more of the rehab processes because of my past injuries, but this was more painful than anything I have ever experienced.''
He further added, “My physical therapy has been keeping me busy. I do my routines every day and am focused on my number one goal right now: walking on my own.”