“I don’t know how I did it. My ACL was gone. My leg was broken. When I finished the rounds, it was not fun to try and get my leg drained so I could play the next day. But these are all things I tried to do because I knew that was going to be my last event. I was going to have to have reconstruction on my ACL, so I was down for nine months, possibly 12. I put all my energy into winning one event and somehow pulled it off.”
The most meaningful testimony can only derive from Tiger Woods himself. That a decade has now passed since he claimed his 14th, and last, major championship would be a notable enough anniversary were it not for the incredible backdrop to his US Open triumph at Torrey Pines. Victory is not supposed to be so painful.
Written by Ewan Murray
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/jun/11/decade-elapses-tiger-woods-last-major-one-leg-golf under the title “Decade elapses since Tiger Woods won his last major – on one leg | Ewan Murray”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.