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New photo shows Tiger Woods’ injured right leg without leg sleeve

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If you weren’t impressed by Tiger Woods’ return to golf, visual evidence of damage to his right leg in a single-car crash in February 2021 could change that.

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Despite showing signs of fatigue and soreness, Woods impressed with his return to major championship golf, achieving success in both his Masters and PGA Championship appearances.

While the golf world has its sights set on The Country Club in Brooklyn for the US Open, Woods decided to stay at home and rest ahead of The Open in St. Andrews next month.

Instead of putting in the ball, the 46-year-old reportedly spent Father’s Day weekend watching his son Charlie play in a junior golf tournament.

Woods was photographed at the event with the young player. He is shown wearing a pair of sleeveless black golf shorts, which he is known to have worn since his accident.

One thing is clear from the photo: Woods’ injured right leg, which was once a candidate for amputation, is markedly different from his left leg.

The scars from the emergency surgery to repair the leg and ankle are visible. In addition, the inside of the lower leg appears to be concave, and the lower leg as a whole appears to bulge unnaturally.

The only sign of help is what looks like a bandage supporting his ankle.

The new image makes the efforts of the 15-time top winner at August National and Southern Hills even more monumental and raises the question: if he can get cut just 14 months after this serious injury, how soon will he win again?



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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