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At a news conference, Health Central Hospital spokesman Dan Yates said, "She's in a good state and feeling much better." Earlier he had described her condition as "not serious."
"She was wheeled out in a wheelchair, just like everyone else is," Yates added, referring to a standard discharge practice at U.S. hospitals.
This is the latest round of unwanted attention for Woods and his wife, which started when Woods smashed his SUV into a tree in the early morning hours after Thanksgiving. Since then, it seems a new woman comes out each day and says she had an affair with the golfer.