Tiger Woods – “Winning is not always the barometer of getting better.”

Eldrick Tont “Tiger” Woods is an American professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time.

Athlete Eldrick Tont Woods, better known as Tiger Woods, was born on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California, the only child of an African-American Army officer father and a Thai mother. When Woods was a child, his father began calling him “Tiger” in honor of a fellow soldier and friend who had the same moniker. Around this same time, Woods learned to play golf. His father, Earl, served as his teacher and mentor. Around the age of 8, Woods had become extremely proficient at the game, even showing off his skills on television shows such as Good Morning America.

Tiger Woods set an amazing pro golf career in motion in 1997, when he became the youngest man and the first African American to win the U.S. Masters. Woods was the child of an African American father and a Thai mother. A naturally gifted player, he took up golfing at a very young age and soon became a prodigy, taking swings on a television program when he was two years old and shooting a 48 over nine holes at age three. In 1991, at age 15, he became the youngest winner of the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship; he also captured the 1992 and 1993 Junior Amateur titles. In 1994 he came from six holes behind to win the first of his three consecutive U.S. Amateur Championships. He enrolled at Stanford University in 1994 and won the collegiate title in 1996. After claiming his third U.S. Amateur title, Woods left college and turned professional on August 29, 1996. Playing as a pro in eight PGA events in 1996, he won two titles and was named the PGA Tour’s Rookie of the Year.

In April of 1997, and only eight months into his professional career, Woods played in the prestigious Masters tournament held at Georgia’s Augusta National Golf Club. The Masters title is perhaps the most coveted honor in the world of golf. In addition to a hefty prize purse, first-place winners are awarded a green blazer to symbolize their membership among the most elite golfers in the world. Contestants are typically well into their thirties or even their forties by the time they win the Masters Tournament. That year Woods competed against golfing greats, but managed to best the most seasoned competition. Tiger  Woods  net worth is estimated at $600 million.  He is a renowned golf genius and a perfect combination of power, finesse and athletic prowess. The journey of Tiger Woods from golf prodigy to golf professional began at a very little age of two. His hard work has single-handedly redefined the game of golf and blessed him with countless number of exciting tournament victories which sky rocketed Tiger  Woods  net worth. He has also been the face behind multimillion dollar endorsements where a significant portion of Tiger  Woods  net worth  came from. He is a perfect blend of incredible golf talents and youthful appeal which makes him an eye candy for the women.

Apart from being a golf champion, he is an avid fisherman who has gone fly-fishing as far away as Ireland and Alaska, Tiger Woods is one of the most charitable sports figures and even donated $3 million of his own money to victims of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, how’s that for the human touch of Tiger  Woods  net worth?  His achievements speak for his success. He has amassed over 70 PGA victories and won at 14 majors, including 4 each at the PGA Championship and the Masters, booming Tiger  Woods  net worth . He is the first athlete to earn over a billion dollars over the course of his career and he has also been awarded PGA Player of the Year a record ten times – an achievement which became a plus factor to Tiger  Woods  net worth. Update: Recent girlfriend of Tiger Woods, U.S. Skier’ Lindsey Vonn seriously injured her right knee during a brutal crashed at the World Alpine Skiing Championship in Austria.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. teny says:

    He is the only golfer whom I know, and it is good to read about him even though I don’t follow the sport 🙂

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