Celebrated American professional golfer, Tiger Woods won’t be playing in this year’s Masters on the 20th anniversary of his “Tiger Slam” victory at Augusta National.
This is following severe leg injuries he sustained in a car crash on February 23.
However, the 45-year-old superstar, whose 15 major titles include five Masters green jackets, will have his legacy felt across the famed layout.
His most amazing golf feat was likely the “Tiger Slam” when he won the 2000 US and British Opens and PGA Championship and then added the 2001 Masters to capture four major trophies in a row.
Woods has been recovering at home in Florida after suffering serious injuries when his car flew off the road and flipped several times during the Southern California accident.
Hours of surgery were required to repair his shattered lower right leg and ankle, including a rod inserted into his tibia and the use of screws and pins to stabilize the joint.