Dr. Oz Predicts A Total Recovery For Tiger Woods – “Give Him A Year”


Tiger Woods was recently in a very alarming car crash. However, medical experts have revealed that he should be ok.

According to a new report by Fox News, Dr. Oz has just made the bold prediction that Tiger Woods’ car crash was so minor, he should be back to playing golf in no time at all.

Dr. Oz Makes Bold Prediction

After Wood’s car crash, Dr. Oz predicts that Tiger Woods should be back to playing golf in under a year. He says that mental toughness will be the main ingredient for success:

“Medically speaking, I think it’s at least six months until his bone is recovered to the original form. Then the muscles will atrophy around it. Give him a year. Allow him to recover from the emotional, physical trauma of this procedure. I’ll bet on Tiger Woods every time.”

Dr. Oz went even further, saying that Tiger Woods will stay a champion even if he was on one leg:

“I mean, frankly, with Tiger Woods, if you put him with a peg leg he’d probably still be a champion. I think the ability of modern medicine and the marvels I’m witnessing day in and day out, especially orthopedic surgery and getting the right care initially, all are critical.”

Oz says that Woods should be thankful the crash wasn’t more serious. He goes on to say that Woods should make a full recovery:

“Thank goodness he didn’t have major internal injuries or head injuries which speaks to the power of a seatbelt. So as a lucky man, right time right place in some ways, I do think he’ll make a full recovery.”

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2 Responses

  1. Eric

    February 26, 2021 12:38 pm

    By the looks of the crash scene that day it didn’t appear minor imo, Dr Oz.

    So very thankful that Tiger didn’t sustain life threatening injuries. Prayerfully he will make a full recovery within a year and with his mental toughness and strive, I believe he will too!!

    Prayers and thoughts with he, his family and the PGA for his complete and full recovery.


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