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Tiger Woods in tears on 18th hole and admits he may never play St Andrews again as be battles on after car crash

, Tiger Woods in tears on 18th hole and admits he may never play St Andrews again as be battles on after car crash

TIGER WOODS was in tears as he walked down the fairway on the 18th hole at St Andrews.

The 46-year-old has admitted he don’t know if he will be “physically able to play” when The Open is next at the iconic course in 2030.

Tiger Woods broke down in tears on the 18th hole at St Andrews

Woods saluted the crowd as he bid farewell to St Andrews

, Tiger Woods in tears on 18th hole and admits he may never play St Andrews again as be battles on after car crash
The St Andrews crowd rose as one to salute Woods

And as he made his way down towards the 18th green the crowd rose as one to give a standing ovation to one of the all-time greats.

Woods will miss the cut for the weekend after finishing on +9 after 36 holes.

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A visibly emotional Woods wiped the tears away from his eyes as he neared the end of what could be his final round at the historic course.

Woods nearly lost his leg in a horrific car crash in February 2021, and still walks with a limp.

The 15-time major winner admitted his injuries may prevent him from playing when The Open returns to St Andrews in eight years.

Speaking to Sky Sports after what could be his final round at the course, Woods said: “It was very emotional for me.

“I’ve been coming here since 1995 and I think the next one comes around in 2030 and I don’t know if I will be physically able to play by then, so this felt to me like it will be last time to play at St. Andrews.

“I came to understand what Jack (Nicklaus) and Arnold (Palmer) felt in the past and I felt that way.

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“They understand what golf is all about and what it takes to be an Open champion.

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“I have been lucky enough to win here twice – it felt emotional because I don’t know whether I will be able to play when it comes back here.”

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