But as far as climbing the mountain again and getting all the way to the top, I don’t think that’s a realistic expectation of me.”
The 45-year-old suffered open fractures to his right leg in the accident and said there was a chance it could have been amputated.
After the crash, he told police he did not remember driving, let alone how the crash occurred, and thought he was in Florida.
His car was travelling as fast as 87mph in a 45mph zone, according to the LA County Sheriff’s Office, and going 75mph when it hit the tree.
Woods also told Golf Digest he’s had five back operations, and despite a recent video showing him hitting balls is “not even at the halfway point” for considering a comeback.
The golfer’s crash came four years after he was controversially found asleep at the wheel of his Mercedes with the engine running.
Police video showed him failing a sobriety test and he was charged with driving under the influence. He later pleaded guilty to reckless driving.
Toxicology reports showed he wasn’t drunk but had a mix of drugs in his system such as painkillers and sleep