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I can't even imagine.
The sheriff has publicly said that the crash was an accident and that Tiger wasn't under the influence of anything. It appears he was just going too fast on a dangerous road that sees a lot of scary crashes.
On the golf side - I would be shocked if he ever played professionally again, but another famous golfer suffered an eerily similar set of circumstances back in 1949. Ben Hogan, once the best golfer in the world, was struck by a Greyhound bus and broke his collarbone, pelvis, left ankle and a rib. He recovered and went on to win six more majors.
One thing not in Tiger's favor is his age compared to Hogan. He is 45, but Hogan was only 36 when he was injured. Additionally, Tiger has been battling a serious back injury for years, which only compounds his problems.
Honestly, I'm just glad Tiger is alive and appears to be in good spirits. We can endlessly talk about whether or not he'll mount a comeback, but for now I'm sure he's just glad to be alive.