Tiger Woods whose real name is Eldrick Tont ‘Tiger” Woods is a professional golfer from America who was born on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California, United States. He is known to have been tied for first in PGA triumphs and ranks as second in men’s major championships. He is as well known to hold several golf records. Woods is known to be regarded as one the greatest golfers of all time and has an amount of fame as well.
He was known to have turned professional in the year 1996 at the age of 20. After turning professional and assuming an exceptional stance of performance, he was known to have won three PGA Tour events in April 1997 which was in addition to his first Major win in the year 1997 Masters which he was known to have won by 12 strokes in a record-breaking performance at the time. In the historical record of his world ranking, he reached World No.1 in the year June 1997.
He became a prolific dominant force in golf throughout his career run at the time. In August 1999 he was top-ranked in the world and then in the year June 2005 down to October 2010. He is known to have won 13 golf championships.
What does Tiger Woods Suffer From?
According to Dr. Anish Mahajan, interim CEO as well as chief medical officer of Harbor-UCLA Hospital, Woods sustained comminuted open fractures to both the upper and lower tibia and fibula during the one-car collision.