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I think this is St Andrews

Interesting Twitter thread from a doctor:  

What is the point of this?-So it was not an accident even though that is what we call things like this-Auto Accidents? Is anyone else as annoyed by the talking heads worrying or wondering when he

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Did you see his interview with Jim Nantz on Sunday? I thought he did not look very well. I see they needed to extricate him from the car using the Jaws of Life.  Let's keep Ben Hogan's recovery in mind. 

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Not much information, but what there is doesn't seem good.  Best of luck to Tiger.

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And I just saw this after reading he might have played with David Spade. Things were looking up. Get well, Tiger!

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I hope he lives.

They are showing the car on the Golf Channel from a helicopter.  It's turned over, off the road, and totally wrecked.  It's amazing that he's alive.

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