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ET is taking a look at the career highs and lows that golf legend Tiger Woods has faced during his lifetime.
- As new details emerge about what happened to the world's greatest golfer.
ALEX VILLENUEVA: At the hospital, he had no recollection of the crash itself.
ALEX VILLENUEVA: Look, there was an issue about if he was under the influence of some type of prescribed medication, for example, or they did any blood work at the hospital that would require a search warrant to be able to seize that information.
- "ET" has been with Tiger for his epic highs, his fall from grace, and stunning comeback in 2019.
TIGER WOODS: I love playing golf, but now I'm starting to love just being around people.
- We first sat down with Woods in 1996.
- So, what are your plans for the 21st birthday?
TIGER WOODS: No comment.
- I've hit the greens with Tiger several times. We've discussed his wedding to then wife, Elin Nordegren--
TIGER WOODS: The whole idea is for us to be private.
- --and his desire to have kids.
TIGER WOODS: It's just one of those things where I've never experienced but certainly would like to one day.
- Tiger's 12-year-old son, Charlie, is like his golf twin. And as for another comeback--
TIGER WOODS: I've always been taught by my parents never to give any thought to anyone's expectations but yourself's.
- In the wake of the horrific crash and Tiger's extensive surgeries, fellow golfer Rory McIlroy put it all into perspective.
RORY MCILROY: He's not Superman. He's a human being at the end of the day, and he's already been through so much. At this stage, I think everyone should just be grateful that he's here, that he's alive, that his kids haven't lost their dad. Golf is not even on the map at this point.