Tiger Woods Crutches: Injured Tiger Woods Answers $1 Million Question
Tiger Woods Remains on Crutches as He Appears at Aronimink Golf Club
On Tuesday morning, Tiger Woods put a million dollar price tag on his answer to any question regarding his health. Apparently, reporters at the news conference promoting the upcoming AT&T National weren't following him on Twitter.
Before the presser, Woods wrote on Twitter (@TigerWoods):
Almost press conference time. I'll donate one million dollars to @TWFoundation if no one asks me about the leg.
And guess what happened, someone asked? In fact, it was the first question which was posed.
Woods acknowledged that he "probably" did come back too soon at the Players Championship and then told reporters:
I tried to play and unfortunately it didn't work out that well. That's why I've shut it down, been wearing a boot and been on crutches to try to give it ample rest.
After the press conference, Woods tweeted:
Bet was over after first question but of course I'm going to give the money to the @TWFoundation.
At least Woods was kind enough to actually make good on his comment that he was donating a million bucks even though he was prodded about his leg.
Well played, Tiger. Now other athletes may take note and offer up some dough to avoid questions they feel uncomfortable answering.
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