Episode 1976: Tiger Woods – His Accident, The Tiger Documentary, And The Question Of Just How Much Drama One Life Can Have
The news of Tiger Woods’ one-car crash which broke earlier this week was a reminder of his unrivalled cultural standing in world sport. He ended up suffering multiple leg fractures, but should in time make a full recovery – but does that recovery include golf?
Tiger Woods was moved from Harbor-UCLA Medical Center to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles "for continuing orthopedic care and recovery," according to a statement released on Thursday. https://t.co/1KwzCTRpg6
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 26, 2021
The recent Tiger documentary might give some answers, and certainly adversity is not a stranger. We speak to author and journalist Lawrence Donegan about whether he will come back to the sport, what might drive him to return, and a startling last golfing stanza that Lawrence sees would be a fitting finale to a life almost unparalleled in its drama, pathos and epic scope.
Tonight. "Tiger" on HBO and HBO Max. https://t.co/wTPDboKg8j
— Alex Gibney (@alexgibneyfilm) January 10, 2021
We also get Frances Murphy’s guide to the sporting weekend, lotto heart-break, and we hear from the most hypocritical man in American sports history.
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