Woods says days playing as a full-time pro golfer are over

Tiger Woods is speaking publically for the first time since suffering injuries in a car crash earlier this year.

Woods says days playing as a full-time pro golfer are over
Tiger Woods is speaking publically for the first time since suffering injuries in a car crash earlier this year.In an exclusive interview with Golf Digest, Woods said his days as a full-time pro golfer are over.The legendary golfer says he sees himself playing in a few events a year and could return to the tour eventually.According to the Associated Press, Woods said he'll pick and choose a few tournaments to play in.The 15-time major champion called it an "unfortunate reality" that he's OK with.He said he has a long way to go in his recovery as far as muscle and nerve development.In February, the 45-year-old suffered multiple leg fractures in his right leg in a single-car accident in Los Angeles.Last week Woods posted a 3-second video of him hitting a golf ball while pivoting on his injured leg.