- Tiger Woods was involved in a near-fatal car accident in February 2021, which left him with multiple leg injuries
- The 46-year-old has since been battling for fitness, with the accident understood to have had a significant impact on his golf career
- The World Golf Hall of Famer has now revealed there is no chance he will play the sport full-time owing to his slow recovery
- Woods is widely regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time, thanks to the major honours and titles he has won across his glittering career
Golf legend Tiger Woods has revealed his career as a full-time golfer is over after he was involved in a horrific car accident in February 2021.
The 46-year-old is understood to have suffered multiple fractures to his tibia and fibula after the near-fatal accident.
Woods wrecked his SUV when he hit a tree before the car rolled over traffic collision on the border.
Tiger Woods speaks on his future as a golfer
The father of two has now opened up about his recovery journey a year after the accident and what the future holds for his golf career.
Speaking ahead of the Genesis Open, Woods revealed he is still struggling to walk since the crash, adding that he will never return to the golf course as a full-time golfer.
The veteran divulged he has been struggling since the accident which has since had a significant impact on his career as a golfer.
"Will I come back and play a full schedule? No. That will never happen again," Woods said as quoted by The Sun.
"I can play certain events here and there, but on a full-time level, no, that will never happen again," he added.
Woods career honours
Woods, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest golfers of all time, started golfing professionally in 1996.
He has since racked up several honours and titles, winning the PGA Tour a record 85 times and 41 times in the European tour.
He has won the championship 15 times, with five of those coming in the Masters Tournament.