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Tiger Woods


Sink a putt with the greatest golfer who has ever lived

World number one and winner of 13 major championships, 9 times PGA player of the year and one of the highest paid athletes in the world, Woods has single handedly taken golf out of the hands of the elite and has given it back to the people.

  • 1975: Born Eldrick Woods in California , USA
  • 1983: Wins World Golf Championships for 9-10 year olds – age 8
  • 1990: Becomes youngest ever US Junior Amateur Champion
  • 1994: Becomes youngest ever US Amateur Champion
  • 1995: Participates in his first PGA tour Major, the Masters and places 41st
  • 1996: Turns professional
    Voted Sportsman of the Year for the first time by Sports Illustrated magazine
  • 1997: Wins his first Major, the Masters
    Reaches No. 1 in the Official Golf World Rankings
  • 2000: Wins the Triple Crown – the US, British and Canadian Opens
  • 2007: Voted PGA Player of the Year for the 9th time
    Wins his 13th Major, the PGA Championship
  • 2008: Wins his 64th PGA tour, in Dubai
  • 2009: Takes a break from competitive golf following allegations surrounding his marriage infidelity

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Another multiple-course tournament on PGA Tour
New Zealand Herald
DIVOTS: One Las Vegas bookmaker listed Rory McIlroy as the 5-1 favorite to win the Masters, followed by Tiger Woods (12-1) and Adam Scott (15-1). Defending champion Bubba Watson is in the group at 20-1 with Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day ...

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Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - Another multiple-course tournament on PGA Tour - New Zealand Herald


New father Billy Horschel ready for CIMB Classic
New Zealand Herald
... to be the first guy to defend the FedExCup," Horschel said. "No one has been able to do it. There's only been one guy to win two FedExCups and that's a guy by the name of Tiger Woods, he's not too bad. But I want to be the first guy to defend the ...

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - New father Billy Horschel ready for CIMB Classic - New Zealand Herald


Paul Lewis: Majesty in the manner borne
New Zealand Herald
It's why Nicklaus is in that list above but Tiger Woods, the blonde-waitress-loving conqueror of all except a marital breakdown, isn't. Best (even with character flaws) is there, Diego Maradona isn't - thanks to the helping Hand of God. Borg, with his ...

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Saturday, October 25, 2014 - Paul Lewis: Majesty in the manner borne - New Zealand Herald

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