CATHERINE WOOD, a 24-year-old former New Jersey high school student, is the latest person to report seeing the golf legend injured.
Wood, who is from New Jersey, tweeted Tuesday that she saw Woods injured after a rough day of golfing at the Parc Augusta Golf Course in South Carolina.
She says she was in the driver’s seat and watched as Woods went to the driver side of the driver seat and rolled out.
Woods then was able to come back to the car, and when she arrived to get help, Woods was in a pool of his own blood, she wrote.
Woods, who has a history of serious injuries, said Tuesday that he did not have a life-threatening injury, and he was treated at the hospital by his doctors.
But he said that he felt that his car, which he was driving, was being driven by someone who had been at fault.
He did not say how he felt about Woods’ comments about the drivers license.
Wood, who plays professionally in the PGA Tour, said she was at the golf course to see how her friends were doing.
She said she saw several players who were in the pool of their own blood and were not wearing their seat belts.
“I got out of the car and looked in and there was a body there.
The next thing I know, he’s dead,” Wood said.
Wood Woods’ car has been impounded, Wood said in a tweet Tuesday.
He told ESPN that he is not getting the insurance money to pay for a medical examiner’s report.
Woodland, who told ESPN on Tuesday that a medical report did not reveal the cause of death, said that Woods told him that the driver did not appear to be wearing his seat belt and he believed it was a hit and run.
Woodwood tweeted that he was in shock.
“I just got off the golf cart and was shocked,” Wood wrote.
“It was like a scene out of a horror movie.”
Woods was not at the tournament Tuesday, but he was on the golf circuit in Florida with his friends and was seen talking with a woman on the green.
Woods said he had not seen the injured golfer in a long time.
“It’s been a long, long time since I’ve seen him, but I saw him last year at Augusta,” Woods said Tuesday.
“He’s been at the Pyeongchang golf tournament for years and I was a little bit surprised.”
Wood Woods and wife Heather, right, are shown in the background of this still image taken from a video provided by Tiger Woods on Nov. 8, 2017.
The family is not making a public statement about the golfer’s condition, but the Woods’ social media account has shared a picture of the golman in a wheelchair with a caption saying, “Wake up and get ready for a long journey.”
Woodland said he believes his golf club should be open, which is the second time in a month that he has opened a golf course.
He also said he would not have let his club reopen if he did.
“There’s a lot of people who play in these courses who do not make it,” Woods wrote.
“The way we’re approaching it right now is to take care of our golf clubs,” Woods added.
Wood Wood said he is “going to be a little busy” this week.