Tribute trapped in St Andrews sand after Tiger Woods accident

Tiger Woods of the US hit his tee shot on the second hole during the final round of the British Open Golf Championship on the Old Course at St Andrews, Scotland, on 18 July 2010.
Tiger Woods plays at the British Open on 18 July 2010 on the old course in St Andrews, Scotland.

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.

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