‘My days of full-time golf are over,’ says Tiger Woods.

For the first time since his car accident earlier this year, Tiger Woods has discussed his future as a golfer.


Tiger Woods revealed in an exclusive interview with Golf Digest that he will no longer be playing golf full-time.


My days of full-time golf are behind me.


“I think something realistic is playing the tour one day, never full time, ever again, but pick and choose, like Mr. (Ben) Hogan did,” Woods told Henni Koyack in an interview.

“You pick a few events a year and play around with them.” You prepare yourself for it by practicing around it. You, on the other hand, are having fun. That’s probably how I’ll have to play it from now on.

“It’s a sad reality, but it’s also my reality.” And I’m aware of it, and I’m willing to accept it.”

Woods walked into the room with a slight “hitch” in his walking step before the interview in his South Florida home, evidence of the serious leg injuries he sustained in a car accident near Los Angeles in February.

My days of playing full time golf are over

My days of full-time golf are behind me.

Things as simple as watching his son play or listening to birds sing have taken on greater meaning for Woods during his arduous rehabilitation, he says.

My days of playing full time golf are over

“I still have a long way to go….” I’m not even halfway through. In my leg, I still have a lot of muscle development and nerve development to do. I’ve had five back operations at the same time, as you know. As a result, I’m having to deal with it. As the leg becomes stronger, the back may begin to act up. It’s a difficult path to take.

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