Sink a putt with the greatest golfer who has ever lived!
The former world number one golfer and winner of 14 major championships, 11 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. He has more career major wins and career PGA Tour wins than any other active golfer. He is the youngest player to achieve the career Grand Slam, and the youngest and fastest to win 50 tournaments on tour. Woods was a child prodigy, introduced to golf before the age of two, by his father.
1975: Born Eldrick Woods in California , USA
1983: Wins World Golf Championships for 9-10 year olds – aged 8
1990: Becomes youngest ever U.S. Junior Amateur Champion
1994: Becomes youngest ever US Amateur Champion
1995: Participates in his first PGA tour Major, the Masters and comes 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 No1 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
2013: Wins The Players Championship, Farmers Insurance Open, WGC-Cadillac Championship and Arnold Palmer International