Tiger Woods is back on the golf course after suffering serious injuries in a car accident: ‘Making progress,’ he tweeted.


Tiger Woods is back on the golf course after a serious car accident: ‘Making progress,’ he tweeted.

Tiger Woods is getting back into the swing of things after sustaining serious injuries in a car accident in February.

On Sunday, Woods shared a video of himself on a golf course, where he hit a ball down the fairway.

Woods captioned the short video on Twitter, “Making progress.”

After his SUV smashed into a median, careened into a tree, and ended up on its side in February, Woods suffered multiple breaks to his right leg.

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When his vehicle hit the median, it was going between 84 and 87 mph in a 45 mph zone, and it was still going 75 mph when it hit the tree, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

According to Villanueva, the primary cause of the rollover wreck was “driving at a speed unsafe for the road conditions and the inability to negotiate the roadway curve.”

Authorities said in April that Woods, who was not charged in the incident, had no recollection of the crash when they arrived and extracted him from his car.

According to officials, Woods did not receive special treatment because of his celebrity.

Following the accident, the athlete underwent surgery on his right lower leg and ankle, and he announced several weeks later that he had returned home from a hospital in Los Angeles to continue his recovery.

A black sleeve can be seen covering most of Woods’ surgically repaired right leg in Sunday’s video.

At the time of the accident, Woods, 45, was recovering from his fifth back surgery.

In his career, he has won 15 major tournaments, second only to Jack Nicklaus (18).

In 2019, Woods won the Masters, his most recent major championship.

Woods’ future on the PGA Tour is in doubt due to the serious injuries he sustained in the crash.

While discussing his recovery process in May, Woods declined to comment on a possible return to the tour.

“I understand more of the rehab processes because of my previous injuries,” Woods said at the time, “but this was the most painful thing I’ve ever experienced.”

Woods was awake, according to authorities, in April…

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