Sam and Charlie Woods, Tiger Woods’ children, were present when he was formally
inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame on Wednesday night. Sam, the daughter of the 82-time PGA Tour winner, gave a moving presentation address at the event in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
- 1 Sam Woods, Tiger Woods’ daughter, Makes an Emotional Speech
- 2 AT DAD’S INTRODUCTION CEREMONY TO THE WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME
- 3 Sophia Webster’s courtesy
- 4 You’re a fighter; you’ve consistently overcome the odds, Sam continued.
- 5 He talked openly about the procedures he needed to have to heal from the crash in November of last year.
Sam Woods, Tiger Woods’ daughter, Makes an Emotional Speech
My father was in a position to force a U.S. Open playoff in 2007 but missed an 18-foot putt by a foot. Then, he had to fly from Pittsburgh to Orlando, drive to the Winnie Palmer Hospital, and rush to the airport. On June 18, just five minutes after he entered the hospital room wearing his red golf shirt, I was born. The greatest gift of all was won even though he may have lost that day, the 14-year-old stated.
Sam, 14, recalled the tense times she and her family went through while awaiting Tiger’s
release from the hospital following a vehicle accident last year while delivering an
introduction speech during her dad’s World Golf Hall of Fame induction ceremony in Florida
AT DAD’S INTRODUCTION CEREMONY TO THE WORLD GOLF HALL OF FAME
The incident, according to his adolescent daughter, was one of her father’s “ultimate lows.”
Sam acknowledged, “We didn’t sure if you’d come home with two legs or not.” “You’re not
only set to be admitted into the Hall of Fame at this point, but you’re also standing here
unaided. You merit this because of this.”
Tiger Woods’ daughter Sam Alexis floats like a butterfly in her most recent outfit. The
14-year-old participated in the World Gold Hall of Fame induction event on Wednesday in
Ponte Verda Beach, Florida, where her father was one of the honorees. Susie Maxwell
Berning, Tim Finchem, and Marion Hollins were inducted as new members of the Hall of
Fame, which honours extraordinary performance in sports.
She kept her jewellery simple, with a gold necklace and silver and gold bracelets that
matched well with her look.
She was wearing a pair of Sophia Webster multicoloured 3D butterfly heels that
complemented her red colour scheme in order to ground everything. The Chiara Sandal
retails for $895 and has a roughly 4.25-inch heel height. The footwear has a scalloped hem
across the upper edge and a metallic red toe strap. The tiger print on the counter and heel,
which is undoubtedly a homage to her father, and the wings, which mimic an animal-print
pattern, were both inspired by the “red peacock” butterfly.
Sophia Webster’s courtesy
Tiger Woods, a collaborator with Nike, is tied with Sam Snead for the most victories on the
PGA Tour with 82 victories throughout the course of his career. In 2000, he shot a 68.17,
which was significantly lower than the 68.33 average achieved by Byron Nelson in 1945 and the lowest actual scoring average in PGA Tour history.
You’re a fighter; you’ve consistently overcome the odds, Sam continued.
After an automobile accident in February 2021, Woods was sent to the hospital. The right leg of the five-time Masters champion sustained serious orthopaedic injuries, including tibia and fibula fractures. Woods’ automobile crashed through a centre divider sign, went through a tree, and came to rest on the side of the road in the Southern California collision that happened on the border of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes.
Sam Describes Her Dad’s 2021 Car Crash Fears for His Life
He talked openly about the procedures he needed to have to heal from the crash in
November of last year.
That was one level, according to Woods, “their operations were one thing.” “When you add
the back, the difficulty level increases. It’s hard to put into words how difficult it has been to be immobile for the past three months, just lay there, and I was just looking forward to going outside. And then with this right leg, that was.”
Woods said, “I’m lucky to be alive and also have a limb,” despite that.
The renowned golfer said last month that he was still healing from the accident and would
not be returning to the PGA tour anytime soon.