Tiger Woods and Dwayne Wade were doing a video shoot at a Los Angeles golf course on Monday.
  • Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car accident on Tuesday morning.
  • The accident took place in Palos Verdes in Los Angeles, California
  • Woods was at a golf course doing a video shoot with David Spade, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Dwyane Wade the day before the accident.
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Tiger Woods' last public appearance before his devastating car accident on Tuesday was at Rolling Hills Country Club in Los Angeles, California, with several celebrities on Monday. 

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Woods was doing a content shoot for Golf Digest/GOLFTV with several celebrities, including Dwyane Wade, Jada Pinkett Smith, and David Spade after Woods served as host for the PGA Tour's Genesis Invitational over the weekend. It is believed that Woods was heading back to the location for the second day of shooting on Tuesday when he crashed.

However, it was not his last golfing appearance before the crash as Woods did not get the opportunity to participate in the event. He was recovering from a microdiscectomy procedure to remove a pressurized disc fragment that was pinching a nerve.

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As part of the event, Woods offered instruction to several celebrity participants. These participants include Wade, Spade, and Pinkett Smith. 

Woods worked closely with Smith in the days before the crash, and the actress has since offered her prayers for Woods' impending recovery. 

The crash took place the next morning at Ranchos Palo Verde in Los Angeles, California - just 10 miles from Rolling Hills Country Club. According to overheard imagery from the scene, Woods is believed to have driven his car over a median and crossed into the wrong lane before rolling off the road. 

Woods' vehicle has sustained significant damage.

According to Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, via Golf Digest's Daniel Rapaport, the golfer has sustained "multiple leg injuries" and is undergoing emergency surgery at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Woods' injuries are not life-threatening, according to ESPN's Michael Eaves

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