IN A BRIEF INTERVIEW, Tiger’s Left Knee updated ARMCHAIR GOLF after Tiger’s ACL surgery performed on Tuesday.
Q: Thanks for talking to me again.
LEFT KNEE: Sure, no problem.
Q: First of all, is there anything you would like to say about the U.S. Open?
LEFT KNEE: Not really. I think everybody saw what happened and the end result.
Q: Your toughest tournament?
LEFT KNEE: We went to Torrey to win a trophy. And we did. I’m proud of that.
Q: Alright. By the way, Tiger’s ACL turned down my interview request.
LEFT KNEE: Yeah, it won’t talk to the media.
Q: I’m a blogger.
LEFT KNEE: I know. It’s not you. I don’t like to generalize, but ACLs aren’t a talkative bunch. They can act kind of superior. I don’t know why. It’s a ligament thing.
Q: I read the statement, but from your perspective how did the ACL fix go?
LEFT KNEE: Fine, really. Rosey is great.
LEFT KNEE: Sorry. Doc Rosenberg. Very capable hands. As you know, I’ve seen him a whole lot and just call him “Rosey.” Sometimes I feel like I’ve spent more time in Utah than Karl Malone.
Q: What’s next?
LEFT KNEE: Rest, rehab, trying to avoid Sam when she’s holding something she can throw or swing.
Q: And the comeback?
LEFT KNEE: Better than ever. You can count on it.
Q: Are you sure you don’t work for IMG?
LEFT KNEE: Huh?
Q: Just kidding. Thanks again.
LEFT KNEE: You got it.
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3 thoughts on “Q&A: Tiger’s Left Knee Discusses ACL Surgery”
another great interview from Tiger’s left knee! Love these! 🙂
I have only just started following this blog and I have to say, that was hilarious. Any word on when Tiger and his knee will be back?
Tiger (and his knee) isn’t expected back until early next season.