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Tiger Woods savaged by Pat Perez's wife in brutal attack about life-threatening car crash

Tiger Woods savaged by Pat Perez's wife in brutal attack about life-threatening car crash

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Tiger Woods has been on the receiving end of a brutal swipe about the high-speed car crash in February 2021 that threatened to end his career. Ashley Perez, the wife of LIV Golf rebel Pat, wrote an online message about the 15-time major champion's crash on Instagram, in which she said 'thank god he didn't kill anyone'.

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The American was left with multiple fractures in his legs after the single vehicle collision in California, with detectives later stating they believed he was travelling around 80 miles per hour. He subsequently needed emergency surgery for non-life threatening injuries, leading many pundits to assume his career was over.

However, he defied the doubters to make a remarkable comeback at the US Masters last year, making the cut despite being in visible pain. He also played the US PGA and The Open Championship at St Andrews, where he received a standing ovation at the 18th hole on the Friday as he bid farewell to 'The home of golf'.

The 46-year-old has been cautious about his playing plans for 2023 as he continues to struggle with leg pain, but will be in action with son Charlie at the PNC Championship in Orlando this month. But an Instagram post previewing an interview from the @golfballing account, which read: "Tiger Woods opens up about his golf career getting ready to come to an end," triggered a reply from Mrs Perez.

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Tiger Woods and Pat Perez (Image: Getty)

"Literally why driving under the influence is ILLEGAL. I don't feel bad for him," she wrote, even though the icon was not found to be under influence of any drugs nor alcohol at the time. "Thank god he didn't kill anyone. See ya."

She's since deleted her post, which appeared a continuation of the recent verbal feud between her husband and Woods. The former world No 1 has been a vociferous critic of the LIV Golf venture, addressing PGA Tour players over the threat and arguing that those to have jumped ship were purely motivated by financial gain, a stance that has angered Perez.

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"That’s the stupidest s*** I have ever heard of in my life," he ranted to host Claude Harmon III on the Son of a Butch podcast. "That’s one of the stupidest things I think he has said. The incentive is the fact that last place is 120,000, first place is four million. You cannot win four million on the PGA Tour.

"Now, next year you might; they finally got the perks. But last time I checked, he signed a $40 million deal right out of college, was flying on the Nike jet. He found incentive. He could have shut it down right then.”

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