The Golf number one player Tiger Woods had to recently face a re-constructive knee surgery which he had postpone due to the US Open tournament. After the procedure Woods gave a public speech during which he mentioned he will be required the use of crutches for no less than three weeks. Woods was not certain regarding the time he will be out of the golf course as it could be from six to twelve months; it really depends on how fast he recovers.”I really don’t know,” mentioned Woods during the conference call to promote his AT&T Tournament which takes place near Washington, D.C. and that he usually hosts but this time will not be able to attend. “We’ll have to see how this thing heals and everyone heals at a different rate. Some six months, some at nine and some at 12. To be honest with you, no one really knows until we start the rehab process and see how this thing goes.”Last June 16th Tiger Woods won the US Open in Torrey Pines, San Diego but he had already planned to get this surgery months in advanced as it was a necessary procedure in order for him to continue… Read full this story
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