\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Tiger Woods Not ready for golf yet ... and apparently he isn't ready to talk about sports on TV yet.\n According to broadcasters, the sport's biggest star, still recovering from a car accident in February, declined an offer from NBC Sports to help collapse the US Open in Torrey Pines, California next week. .. Dan Hicks..\n "We were all wondering how good it would be to get him into the show aloud if he couldn't be there to play it, but we were rejected. "Hix told media members on Wednesday. The start date of the event on June 17th.\n "He didn't want to do that, and I fully understand his situation. Much is happening in his world right now, and there's a part of Tiger that I don't want to be, I Sideshows at events where you don't want to, you have to focus on what's happening because there are no better words. "\n Hicks added, "I understand what's happening in his world. He wanted to keep it modest and out of the limelight of this piece. Watch it on TV at home. I hope you enjoy it. "\n Tiger, who won the US Open when Torrey Pines last hosted the event in 2008, has been avoiding the spotlight ever since. Crashed his vehicle February 23 in Los Angeles County.\n \n He talks very little about the case-it only reveals Has been rehabilitated "It hurts more than I've ever experienced"-and he posted only one photo of himself since the crash.\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n As previously reported, Tiger Crushed multiple bones He needed some complicated surgery and a metal stabilizing rod on his feet and to solve the problem.\n It is unclear whether Woods will play competitive golf again.\n \r\nTiger Woods Declines TV Role At U.S. Open, 'He Didn't Want To Do It' Source link Tiger Woods Declines TV Role At U.S. Open, 'He Didn't Want To Do It'