Tiger Woods is "doing well" but there is still no golf on the cards

Tiger Woods is recovering well but has yet to pick up a golf club since his horror car crash. 

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Mon, 23 Aug 2021
Tiger Woods is "doing well" but there is still no golf on the cards

Tiger Woods is said to be "doing well" but has yet to hit a single golf ball since his single-vehicle rollover car crash in Los Angeles back in February, according to an article in PEOPLE

Six months on since his horror crash, Woods, 45, remains on crutches as he continues his recovery from surgery having suffered comminuted open fractures, which meant that his tibia and fibula bones had shattered and broken through the skin.

"Tiger is in good spirits and doing well but he has not been able to play any golf at all," a source close to Woods told PEOPLE.

The source also told the publication that Woods has not even visited his South Florida restaurant, The Woods Jupiter, since his crash.

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Rickie Fowler recently provided an update on Woods' condition having spoken to him last month.

"I know he's been getting after it as far as rehab goes, that takes up most of his day," Fowler told reporters. "I know it's been tough, it's a long road till now, he's got a long road ahead, but he's putting the work in."

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According to the documents obtained by CNN, Woods told police following the crash that he had no recollection of driving or how the accident happened.

In April, it was revealed by Los Angeles County Sheriff Departnment that Woods had been doing nearly double the speed limit before his single-vehicle rollover crash in February. 

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