Rory McIlroy thinks Tiger Woods could go home soon



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Rory McIlroy thinks Tiger Woods could go home soon

Rory McIlroy thinks Tiger Woods could go home soon. He said: "I talked to Tiger. He's better and I think in a week or so he can go home and continue his recovery. Seeing his kids, his family, would be really great for him."

The former numer one was unconscious in a mangled SUV after he crashed the vehicle in Southern California last week, according to a court document that also revealed a nearby resident and not a sheriff's deputy was first on the scene.

The witness, who lives near the accident scene in Rolling Hills Estates just outside Los Angeles, heard the crash and walked to the SUV, Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy Johann Schloegl wrote in the affidavit. The man told deputies that Woods had lost consciousness and did not respond to his questions.

The first deputy, Carlos Gonzalez, arrived minutes later the morning of Feb. 23 and has said Woods appeared to be in shock but was conscious and able to answer basic questions. Woods suffered severe injuries to his right leg and cuts to his face.

Jon Rahm compares Tiger Woods to LeBron James

Jon Rahm compares Tiger Woods to LeBron James. he said: "The United States government collaborates with the PGA Tour about the possibility of vaccinating the players of the top American circuit.

It is obvious that I want my turn to arrive soon but 200/300 golfers cannot anticipate those who need it most. We will see how the situation will evolve. I still hope to get vaccinated soon. If not through the PGA Tour then as an Olympic athlete, for Spain, in view of the Tokyo Games.

Tiger Woods? He is golf and what he has done for this sport is there for all to see. The figure of him is up to those of Messi, Jordan and LeBron James." The 2021 of world golf has started in the name of US professionals and projets.

In both men and women, there will be a show challenge between US athletes to win a pass for the Tokyo Olympics where there will be 120 participants, 60 men and 60 women. The Players Championship qualification criteria speak for themselves: the first 15 classified in the world order of merit, with a maximum of 4 per nation, will win a ticket for the Games.

The others will then be chosen from the sixteenth place onwards, but those who already have at least two qualified athletes among the top 15 will not be entitled to any additional places. In any case, at least one athlete will be guaranteed for each continent Among the men to date there are 11 Americans in the Top 15