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Tiger Woods ‘nearly smashed into TV director’s car’ as he left LA resort moments before horror rollover crash

TIGER Woods almost hit the director for the television show 'Grown-ish' mere minutes before he ended up in a horrific rollover crash while speeding down a Los Angeles street Tuesday morning.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, a crew member on the hit TV show 'Grown-ish' said the 45-year-old golf player had been staying at the same resort the television crew were staying in, and added Woods almost slammed into the show's director while leaving the resort this morning.

"He really did nearly hit the director's car, too, when he left this morning, which shook us up because of Tiger crashing his car before," the crew member told The Sun.

The source said "it's just a coincidence" that Woods was staying at the Terranea resort in Rancho Palos Verdes as the crew, and that "he isn't part of the production at all."

They added, "When we arrived here yesterday some of the guys were talking about Tiger staying here, too, and they were quite excited about it."

Upon hearing that minutes after their encounter with Woods, the star athlete had been involved in a severe crash, the staffer said the whole set was affected.

"We're upset by what's happened," they said. "Tiger's surgery sounds major from what we've heard."

They added 'Grown-ish' would continue filming at the resort all week.

According to TMZ, Woods was in rush when he left the resort this morning, with other members on the TV set saying he seemed "agitated and impatient" as he drove off.

Once the car moved, Woods "took off fast."

According to Golf Digest, Woods was then supposed to arrive at the Riviera Golf Course at 7:30AM for a photo shoot.

He was also set to give Drew Brees lessons.

The resort is about an hour away from the golf course.

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