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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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Madeleine Albright is on the cover of a Wheaties box
CNN
What is typically known for showcasing superstar athletes like Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali and Tiger Woods, the company is expanding their definition of champion. According to their website, "On the 21st century, there's a new transformation taking place.

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Sunday, October 19, 2014 - Madeleine Albright is on the cover of a Wheaties box - CNN


Altvater: World Golf Hall of Fame announces Class of 2015
Toledo Free Press
He was named PGA Tour Player of the Year in 1998 and became a mentor to a young Tiger Woods, when he turned professional in 1996. He also has won around the world with four European Tour wins and two victories on the Japan Golf Tour. O'Meara now ...

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Saturday, October 18, 2014 - Altvater: World Golf Hall of Fame announces Class of 2015 - Toledo Free Press


Randhawa takes 1-stroke lead at Hong Kong Open
New Zealand Herald
"I was cramping badly and was very sick. I had been vomiting and going out all night. I couldn't even sleep," said Jimenez, who is bidding to join Tiger Woods, Tom Watson and Bernhard Langer as the only people to have won the same tournament five times.

Thursday, October 16, 2014 - Randhawa takes 1-stroke lead at Hong Kong Open - New Zealand Herald

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