his career is completely over

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdcG5WteyNI

Says who?

He managed to recover from a ho. The guy is fighter

alivunja mguu hadi mfupa ikachomoka

Career suicide

He is 46. Most athletes careers are over by 30. Double the career of Zinadine Zidane and Ronaldo. He stopped dominating almost a decade ago and people have been waiting for the next domination series since.
Not a a bad run I suppose.

Oldest Golf Major Tournament Winners

Age Player Tournament

48 years, 4 months, 18 days Julius Boros1968 PGA Championship
46 years, 3 months, 10 days Tom Morris, Sr.1867 The Open Championship
46 years, 2 months, 23 days Jack Nicklaus1986 Masters Tournament
45 years, 3 months, 6 days Jerry Barber1961 PGA Championship

He will rise again just like Ben Hogan.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2021/02/24/ben-hogan-accident-tiger-woods/

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The good thing is that, he wasn’t rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital.

if he was a poor nobody, daktari angekuwa ashafganya surgery mguu ikatwe

Very tricky. Depends on what you mean by rise. Problem is Ben didn’t have back surgeries. That’s what’s really slowed him over the last decade.
And then recovery will depend on the extent of the ankle injury. Those are career killers.
Playing he may play. But not the level many were used.

How traumatizing is white pussy. This guy went from total domination one day then into a ten year slump after the divorce.

The dude is not looking for sympathy anyway… :smiley:

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In 2018, Woods’ estimated net worth was at $800 million, however, he has brought in more capital than that over his historical career, according to Forbes. Since 1996 Wood’s has earned $1.5 billion from a variety of revenue streams, including endorsements, appearances, and course design fees.
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:smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

His (peak) career has been overs for many years, but he still makes money for appearance; he commands a huge following. It is hard (almost impossible) for him to win a major tournament, but he still got years left to play.

His earning potentials beyond playing still include a variety of revenue streams, including endorsements, appearances, and course design fees.

Do you think that the accident was a stunt gone wrong? I totally understand that accidents happen- sometimes I’ve found myself absent minded and drifting off the highway.
But, just for fun, let’s throw a conspiracy here.
Genesis didn’t sell well when it was marketed as a Hyundai “luxury” brand. That’s why they started marketing it as a separate brand. But even at such a relatively low price for a luxury car, they didn’t cut the market (I bet most people had never heard of Genesis prior to the crash). Then TW crashes and the luxury car with premium safety features saved his life (I’m being sarcastic). And now everyone is thinking… wow, TW driving a GV80, it must be a top of the line brand. Well, Hyundai is a good, affordable brand and I’m not demonizing their cars, but it’s hard to think about them as a luxury brand. Not to mention, Genesis had sponsored the event and that’s why Tiger was driving the branded car. I hope that the (unfortunate) crash will generate them a few extra sales.

Car looks nice.

https://www.carscoops.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/2021-genesis-gv80-suv-australia-0.jpg

https://www.gvforums.com/cdn-cgi/image/format=auto,onerror=redirect,width=1920,height=1920,fit=scale-down/https://www.gvforums.com/attachments/genesis-gv80-matte-paint-melbourne-gray-jpg.131/

Si tofauti sana na ile Toyota 110 yangu KAS