Tiger Transported To Cedars-Sinai Hospital In L.A. Reports Say He’s Hoping To Play Again If Recovery Goes Well.

Members of the media stand outside Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021, in Torrance, Calif. Golfer Tiger Woods was hospitalized and underwent surgery at the hospital following a car accident on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

Tiger Woods continues to recover from the very serious leg injuries he suffered in the rollover accident he was involved in Tuesday morning, and on Thursday, Tiger was moved to a different hospital.

He had been at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance, California since being taken there Tuesday, but is now at Cedars-Sinai, which is roughly 20 miles away.

ESPN reported that Tiger sustained an injury to his talus bone, and sources told them screws were likely inserted to help it heal. This could allow that injured foot to have normal movement once it heals..  The talus bone connects the bottom of the lower leg to the top of the foot and is a pivot point for motion.

Another report in People Magazine quoted someone close to Tiger’s camp as saying he “doesn’t want to end his career like this.” The magazine also quoted the source as saying Tiger would pursue playing golf again if his recovery goes well.

Tiger’s friends and fellow golfers continue to send their best wishes to the legend, inducing Phil Mickelson who was interviews at the Cologuard Classic in Tucson. “We all are hoping and praying for a full and speedy recovery, but we’re also thankful, because that looked awful, and we’re thankful he’s still with us.”

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