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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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CNN

Success path rarely travels a straight line
CNN
In fact, to break free from the point-of-diminishing-returns, you will need to drop the habits that got you there in the first place. "When Tiger Woods was first competing at golf, he had to stick to his arduous practice routine even though success ...

29 July 2015 - Success path rarely travels a straight line - CNN


Golf: Spieth on fire to make rare feat his own
New Zealand Herald
He's Tiger Woods without the hysteria of Tigermania, and he's now on the verge of doing something even Woods wasn't able to do. The run Spieth is on is so special it brings back memories of Woods in 2000-01 when he held all four major championships ...

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19 July 2015 - Golf: Spieth on fire to make rare feat his own - New Zealand Herald


CBC.ca

Tiger Woods still aiming for majors record
CBC.ca
Tiger Woods is still gunning for Jack Nicklaus' record. Despite a slump that has sent him plummeting to No. 241 in the world golf rankings, Woods remains confident he can win at least four more majors in his career. Woods comes into the British Open ...
Open 2015: Tiger Woods insists he's not 'buried and done' just yetCNN
Tiger Woods warns: I'm far from buried and doneMENAFN.COM

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14 July 2015 - Tiger Woods still aiming for majors record - CBC.ca

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