Tiger Woods, an “agitated and impatient” man, nearly died in a TV director’s car as he began the morning drive that led to his near-fatal California crash.
According to TMZ and The Sun, the “groan-ish” director was so moved by his near-miss on Tuesday morning that he overheard his crew before news of the golf giant’s horrific accident.
“I almost got into an accident with Tiger Woods, they almost hit me,” the director told him, According to TMZ interview With crew member Oliver Conteh.
The director told him that Woods appeared “agitated and impatient” when he “flew fast” from the Terena resort where the TV show was filming that day, Conteh told TMZ.
“He said he was going fast,” Conteh said, before hearing about the crash that they were “just blowing it up in laughter”, with officials saying he was “very lucky” to be alive.
Neither report identified the show’s director, which has been starred by at least 20 people, often with one-off guest spots, IMDB shows.
A crew member Told the sun He was “excited” to hear the sports legend, living in the same resort where he was filming, but a near-miss with his director “shook Tiger first because of his car crash.”
“We are troubled by the accident,” he said of the accident. “Tiger’s surgery sounds bigger than what I heard.”
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Staff insisted that it was “just a coincidence” that Woods was living at the same resort in Rancho Palos Verids, noting that he was “not part of the production.”