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My days of playing full time golf are over’- Tiger Woods

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My days of playing full time golf are over

Tiger Woods has spoken on his future as a golf participant, for the primary time since his automotive crash earlier this yr.

 

In an unique interview with Golf Digest, Tiger Woods revealed he will not be enjoying golf full time anymore.

 

My days of playing full time golf are over

 

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“I feel one thing that’s real looking is enjoying the tour at some point, by no means full time, ever once more, however choose and select, similar to Mr. (Ben) Hogan did,” Woods instructed interviewer Henni Koyack.

“Decide and select a couple of occasions a yr and also you mess around that. You follow round that, and also you gear your self up for that. And also you play. I feel that is how I’ll must play it any more.

“It is an unlucky actuality, however it’s my actuality. And I perceive it, and I settle for it.”

 

Earlier than the interview in his South Florida dwelling, Woods walked into the room with what he known as a slight “hitch” in his strolling step, proof of the intense leg accidents suffered in a automotive crash close to Los Angeles in February.

 

My days of playing full time golf are over

Woods says throughout his strenous rehabilitation, issues so simple as watching his son play or listening to birds sing have taken on higher that means.

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“I’ve thus far to go. … I am not even on the midway level. I’ve a lot extra muscle improvement and nerve improvement that I’ve to do in my leg. On the identical time, as you understand, I’ve had 5 again operations. So I am having to cope with that. In order the leg will get stronger, typically the again might act up. … It is a robust highway.

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“I am simply glad to have the ability to go on the market and watch Charlie play, or go within the yard and have an hour or two on my own with nobody speaking, no music, no nothing. I simply hear the birds chirping. That half I’ve sorely missed.”

 

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