Listen to former NFL team physician, Dr. David Chao, break down some of the misinformation going around about Tiger Woods’ current health predicament, as Dr. Chao says there are currently ‘three lies’ that the media is erroneously publishing about Tiger at the moment.
It’s been 10 days since Woods’ near-fatal single-car accident that gave sports fans many awful memories of Kobe Bryant’s tragic helicopter crash in January of 2020.
Woods made his first public statement on Saturday, February 28th as he thanked his PGA brethren for the tribute they put on his honor during the final round of the WGC-Workday Championship, as many golfers wore Tiger’s notorious red and black Sunday attire.
On Tuesday it was revealed that LA County Sheriff’s Department had executed a search warrant to seize the ‘black box’ from the car Woods was driving during his ill-fated crash.
This recorder inside of Woods’ Genesis GV80 luxury SUV could contain pertinent facts to the crash including overall speed, sudden changes in velocity, steering wheel angle, airbag deployment, seat belts being buckled or not, and possible details into whether Woods’ car actually rolled over or not.
Check out the video above as Dr. Chao breaks down what the media has gotten wrong so far.