Tiger Woods told to ‘sort his life out’ by Greg Norman after DUI detain and painkiller addiction

TIGER WOODS has been told “sort his life out” by Greg Norman following a depressed idol’s DUI detain and painkiller addiction.

The Great White Shark also insisted Woods can forget about classification his golf diversion out until he deals with all his personal issues.

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Tiger Woods needs to arrange his life out, according to Greg Norman

Australian Greg Norman has told a 14-time Major champion to forget about golf for now

Australian Greg Norman has told a 14-time Major champion to forget about golf for now

Woods recently finished an “intensive programme” to overcome his conflict with medication drugs.

The 14-time Major leader was believed to be on 4 opposite forms when he was found defunct during a circle of his £170,000 Mercedes by military final May.

Shocking dashcam footage showed him incompetent to travel in a true line, slurring his difference and struggling to stay watchful while being quizzed by cops.

He stays incompetent to play golf after behind medicine and it is in this time off that a father of dual should get things behind on a true and narrow, says Norman.

The former universe No 1 told Sportsweek: “I feel contemptible for him, for what’s going through, for what he’s put himself through.

“His struggles with life are larger than his struggles on a golf course.



It stays misleading when and if Tiger Woods will lapse to veteran golf

It stays misleading when and if Tiger Woods will lapse to veteran golf

Tiger Woods has not been seen on a golf march given pulling out of a Dubai Desert Classic in February

Tiger Woods has not been seen on a golf march given pulling out of a Dubai Desert Classic in February

Greg Norman did not reason behind on his opinion of Tiger Woods

Greg Norman did not reason behind on his opinion of Tiger Woods

“I would like to see him get his life sorted out. Forget a golf.

“He’s never going to replicate what he’s finished in a past. You’ve got to be means to get your life sorted out.

“Get spotless up. You’ve got kids and other friends to spend a rest of your life with.

“His priority is to arrange his life out first.

“I’m surrounded by plateau adult during 14,000ft and he has a outrageous towering to stand forward of him.

“It’s all been self imposed unfortunately though during a finish of a day he’s got to make a preference that priority he wants to put out there first.

“Is it going to be his life or his golf? we don’t consider he can get golf right until he gets life right.”



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