Tiger Woods leaves golf fans saddened in heartbreaking call on future

Tiger Woods has left golf fans heartbroken after admitting there isn’t much left in his surgically repaired right leg, suggesting he’s on the verge of retirement. Speaking at a press conference before the Hero World Challenge at the Albany in the Bahamas, Woods opened up about his immediate future in golf.



Still hindered by the leg injuries he suffered in a car accident in 2021, the 46-year-old said he is hoping to play the major championships in 2023 despite setbacks this year. However his comments won’t fill fans with much confidence.



“My goal is to play the major championships and one or two more,” Woods said. However he admitted: “Physically that’s all I can do. I don’t have much left in this leg.”




Woods, who hosts the unofficial event that benefits his TGR Foundation, withdrew from the tournament on Monday because of painful plantar fasciitis in his right foot. He said the ailment was related to the injuries from the crash outside Los Angeles in February of 2021.


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