The day after the athlete’s California car accident, a prisoner at Scotland’s famous St Andrews Golf Course paid tribute to Link Tiger Woods.
Woods, 45, suffered serious, potentially career-ending injuries from rolling a Genesis GV80 SUV in Los Angeles County early Tuesday.
Woods with the Mend, a caddy at the Old Course in St Andrews – Holiday Grounds in the sports world is considered the birthplace of golf – inscribed A wide sand art tribute
In one of the bunkers of course.
Largely Shikha-like works include Woods’ style “TW” early logo above a message of “thought and prayer”.
Artist, American expat Robert Ogle III, Told ESPN The project took about an hour – and two rakes to complete.
“Tiger means a lot to the world of sports, it’s what I can do, it’s the least for that: focus, determination, perseverance [and] Faith, “Ogle – who respected his skills in Oregon’s Portland Golf Club base crew – told the network.
Woods has won two of 15 wins at the golf majors in St Andrews, winning the Open Championship during 2000 and 2005.