The Quad Cities has a special relationship with legendary golfer, Tiger Woods, who nearly won his first PGA title at the tournament in 1996, before he lost to Ed Fiori in the final round.
Following Tiger’s most recent and tragic accident, local fans have been keeping a close eye on the developments surrounding Woods’ injuries. While his California doctors have stabilized Tiger and say his injuries are not life-threatening, the multiple fractures to his leg, ankle and foot have many worried about the seriousness of his injuries and how it may affect Tiger’s recovery.
ORA Orthopedics’ Sports Medicine Surgeon, Dr. Ryan Dunlay, an avid golfer, has been following the developments. He was recently interviewed on the Dwyer & Michaels Morning Radio Show on 97X with Greg Dwyer and Bill Michaels, and shares his analysis and perspective on Tiger’s road ahead.
Listen to Dr. Dunlay’s interview:
ORA Orthopedics sports medicine physicians have served as tournament doctors for the John Deere Classic. Dr. Dunlay is one of 12 Sports Medicine physicians in ORA Orthopedics Sports Medicine Center of Excellence, that treats more professional, collegiate, amateur, and recreational athletes than any orthopedic practice in eastern Iowa and western Illinois.