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Can’t see the trees for the woods, Tiger Woods breaks all the wrong records and bones in latest one over par (car)

At 45 years of age, he will need his Masters Game to return to competitive golf at an international level. Tiger is a fighter, albeit his longest drive on the green is safer than his car driving in LA. (3 major car incidents)

The day before, selfies and videos showed Woods hitting the course with celebrities like actor David Spade and NBA icon Dwyane Wade.

Wade uploaded a clip to Instagram alongside Woods, saying: “I got an opportunity to come out here with this guy right here, man. Tiger, thankyou for teaching me something.

Australian physiotherapist, and long-time NRL injury expert, the NRL Physio, posted a simple explanation on Wednesday evening.

WHAT CAUSED THE CRASH?

The crash occurred near the hilly Palos Verdes peninsula, at the bottom of a steep stretch of road which has runaway truck ramps for vehicles that lose control going downhill.

It is known as an accident “hotspot”, and Woods was travelling at “a greater speed than normal”, with no evidence of skid marks to suggest braking, Sheriff Villanueva said.

He added that Woods did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol during the early-morning incident. There was “no evidence of impairment at this time” including any influence of narcotics, medication or alcohol, said Villanueva, adding that the crash remained “subject to investigation.”

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