Tiger Woods' car crash injuries following his horror accident in Los Angeles in February have been described by former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as "odd".
Clarkson, 61, made his feelings be known about Woods' condition in his latest column for The Times.
"Sure, police say he was driving at more than 80mph when he lost control, but it was a wide road," writes Clarkson, who now presents The Grand Tour on Amazon Prime, along with ITV's Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
"He’s a thrusting young man with a thriving pant compass and a sharp mind so the speed shouldn’t have been a factor.
"What’s more relevant is that he hit the central reservation and careered across the road before hitting a tree at what experts say was 75mph.
"So he obviously hadn’t braked very hard in the meantime."
Clarkson adds: "Then he rolled over several times before emerging from the wreckage with nothing more than a hurty leg.
"Like I say, it’s odd."
LATEST TIGER WOODS UPDATE - WALKING W/O CRUTCHES!
Tiger Woods underwent extensive surgery following his car accident earlier this year and he has been recovering from open fractures that affected the upper and lower of his tibia and fibula bones.
Thankfully, Woods was last month spotted walking without crutches on the golf course following his young cub Charlie Woods.
There is hope that Woods will appear and give an update on his condition at his annual Hero World Challenge tournament in a few weeks time out in Albany, Bahamas, where the likes of Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Thomas will be playing.