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Stephen King Discusses The Possibility Of Tiger Woods Being Able To Play Golf Again While Telling An Accident He Had

Stephen King Discusses The Possibility Of Tiger Woods Being Able To Play Golf Again While Telling An Accident He Had

American horror novelist Stephen King discusses the possibility of pro-golfer Tiger Woods being to play golf again while telling an accident he had on his Twitter page.

Tiger Woods was hospitalized on Tuesday morning in a horrific car accident in Los Angeles. The golf legend, who was not life-threatening on the first intervention, was reported to have several fractures in his legs.

The Los Angeles Police Department has launched an investigation into the accident and is investigating whether Woods was under the influence of any alcohol or drugs while driving the car.

Stephen King took to Twitter, and it was a storytelling that an accident similar to Tiger Woods’ accident himself had. He was injured in his leg when a caravan hit him in 1999. Saying that he can now play tennis and only walk 3 miles a day, King said it took 5 years to recover completely.

Stating that Tiger Woods would not be able to return to golf immediately after the accident, King attributed the difference between him and himself to being an athlete and said he believed he would recover faster.

Here’s what Stephen King said:

“In 1999 I suffered serious leg injuries after being hit by a minivan while walking. Now I can play tennis and walk 3 miles a day. Tiger can recover, but it’s going to take time. It took me 5 years to get back to 90%.

And Tiger is an athlete. That should speed his recovery.”

Check out the Twitter posts below.

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