Tiger Woods collides with cameraman after round, says hand is fine
Tiger Woods' hand collided with a camera after his third round at the U.S. Open but said afterward his hand is fine.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Tiger Woods didn't have a very good day on the golf course on Saturday at the U.S. Open, but things seemed to get worse when he walked off the 18th green.
Tiger slammed his hand into a camerman's camera, and shook his hand as he walked up the stairs to the clubhouse, but said everything was fine with him and he should be good for the final round.
"I'm fine," Tiger simply said when asked about his hand.
The video makes it look bad, and it sure isn't the only time this week that Tiger had a scare with an injury.
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