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Tiger Woods’ Future Career Plans Revealed After Recent Masters Showing: ‘It’s A New Beginning’

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Tiger Woods isn’t ready to give up on golfing, despite placing in 47th place in the 2022 Masters Golf Tournament.

Tiger Woods, 46, returned to the golf course two weeks ago for the first time since his horrific car accident in February 2021. Although Tiger — who has won The Masters five times — finished in 47th place, sources close to the legendary athlete told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that he is not giving up on golfing. “Tiger is not devastated. Even if he was 100% healthy, to win The Masters is such a feat,” the source told us.

Following The Masters, which was won by 25-year-old American golfer Scottie Scheffler, Tiger shared his true feelings about the loss on Instagram, admitting that he did not play to his full potential and thanking his fans for sticking by him. “I didn’t play my best out there, but just to have the support and appreciation from all the fans, I don’t think words can describe that. Congratulations to @scottie.scheffler on an outstanding win. It has been a special run,” Tiger said.

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As fans know, Tiger’s own life off of the fairway has been wild, including a high-profile separate from Swedish model Elin Nordegren, 42, to what his identity was hitched to for a very long time from 2004 to 2010 and shares two youngsters. As indicated by the playing golf insider, in any case, absolutely no part of that influences Tiger. “He doesn’t pay attention to the clamor or the boos. He not entirely set in stone to take it each day in turn and move along. His family is absolutely ready and that is a major motivation to keep on pushing ahead,” they told us.

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Tiger confirmed that he was playing in The 2022 Masters Tournament on April 5. “As of right now, I feel I am going to play,” Tiger said to People. “I am going to play nine more holes tomorrow. My recovery has been good. I am overly excited about how I have recovered… My team has been fantastic.” This announcement came a little over one year after Tiger nearly lost his life in an accident in Los Angeles. In late February, Tiger was removed from his vehicle by the “jaws of life” after it flipped over several times, resulting in numerous serious injuries, including two broken legs and a shattered ankle. He has made a full recovery.