That vehicle did not roll over. Glass on top not broken. Rear glass not broken either.
It's one of the cars from the Genesis Invitational (PGA Tour) at the Riviera Country Club, which was held this weekend. Tiger wasn't playing due to an injury. He had been staying at the Terranea resort, apparently. That place is really nice, recommended, if you can afford it.Do they all come with the Genesis wings logo on the door like that one has? It looks like the car is part of a sponsorship deal.
SOP in that case is if you crash, first thing to do is cover up that logo.
It slid across the road and hit the bank on the other side hard with the left front, which is totally caved in resulting in broken legs. Then it continued upward and tipped onto its side, but that wasn't much additional damage.
I would think any actual rollover would have at least broken the sunroof.
I echo your sentiment.Hopefully Tiger makes a full recovery
Are signs of braking relevant anymore with modern cars? I mean the whole purpose is to not skid, so if there's no skid marks, maybe the ABS is just that good? Not sure my Genesis could leave skid marks. My Jeep will leave 2 black stripes.Report said there were no signs of braking, so wonder if he passed out or fell asleep behind the wheel. Looks like he was going pretty fast too. Guess time will tell. He sure has had a few vehicle incedents. His injuries sound bad, hope he recovers.