While Woods said DG he felt like he had something to prove after previous injuries he said this time around just wasn’t the case. “I don’t have to compete and play against the best players in the world to have a good life,” he said before using a climbing analogy. “After my back fusion, I had to climb Mount Everest one more time. I had to do it, and I did. This time around, I don’t think I’ll have the body to climb Mount Everest, and that’s okay. I can still play golf. I can always, if my leg is okay, I can always click on a tournament here or there. But in terms of climbing the mountain again and getting to the top, I don’t think that’s a realistic expectation on my part.
Tiger added that he had “so far to do” before he could compete. “I’m not even halfway there,” he noted. “I have so much more muscle building and nerve development that I need to do in my leg. At the same time as you know I had five comebacks So as the leg gets stronger the back can sometimes react. “
Despite the long road ahead, Woods said he remains optimistic and finds joy in the simple pleasures of life. “I’m just happy that I can go over there and watch [my son] Charlie play, or go out in the garden and spend an hour or two on my own with no one talking, no music, no anything, “he shared.” I just hear the birds chirping. I missed that part sorely.
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