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Tiger Woods. The Greatest Golfer of All-Time.

Tiger Woods. The Greatest Golfer of All-Time.


Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods is a mixed race human having Asian, African, Caucasian and Dutch roots.

The sport of “Golf” is a rich man’s sport. From the expensive golf clubs to the highly-priced rents of golf courses, everything involves capital. You need to hire caddies to look after the ball and your clubs. But the ones who excel in golf are renowned by the whole world. The prize money involved in golf competitions is also significantly high. It is a sport of precision, concentration, and sleek technique. But there is one name who has reigned supreme over the golfing circuit. Tiger Woods! Tiger is a true champion. He is a beast.  

Eldrick Tont Woods, better known as Tiger Woods is an American professional golfer. He is said to be the greatest ever to play the sport. But who is Tiger actually? How did Woods become the maestro of Golf? Here’s a look: – 


Tiger Woods Early Life: –  

Tiger hails from the modern town of Cypress in California. He was born to Earl and Kultida Woods. Earl, Tiger’s father was a retired US Veteran. He was a part of the Vietnam War. Woods was introduced to this sport by his father even before the age of 2. Earl had the sporting privilege of playing at the Navy Golf Course near Los Alamitos. Because of his father’s veteran ship, Tiger had access to several other golf courses. He was a prodigy in this sport from a very young age. He appeared on TV Shows from the age of 3. When he was 15 years old, Tiger a student from the Western High School in Anaheim was adjudged US Junior Amateur Champion. 

Tiger Woods Accolades and Achievements: – 

Tiger Wood and his Red T Shirt have always dominated at the Masters and the US OPEN!!
Year  Championship  54 holes  Winning score  Margin  Runner-up 
1997  Masters Tournament  9 shot leads  −18 (70-66-65-69=270)  12 strokes   Tom Kite 
1999  PGA Championship  Tied for leads  −11 (70-67-68-72=277)  1 stroke   Sergio García 
2000  U.S. Open  10 shot leads  −12 (65-69-71-67=272)  15 strokes   Ernie Els, Miguel Ángel Jiménez 
2000  The Open Championship  6 shot leads  −19 (67-66-67-69=269)  8 strokes   Thomas Bjørn, Ernie Els 
2000  PGA Championship   1 shot leads  −18 (66-67-70-67=270)  Playoff1   Bob May 
2001  Masters Tournament   1 shot leads  −16 (70-66-68-68=272)  2 strokes   David Duval 
2002  Masters Tournament   Tied for leads  −12 (70-69-66-71=276)  3 strokes   Retief Goosen 
2002  U.S. Open   4 shot leads  −3 (67-68-70-72=277)  3 strokes   Phil Mickelson 
2005  Masters Tournament   3 shot leads  −12 (74-66-65-71=276)  Playoff2   Chris DiMarco 
2005  The Open Championship   2 shot leads  −14 (66-67-71-70=274)  5 strokes   Colin Montgomerie 
2006  The Open Championship  1 shot leads  −18 (67-65-71-67=270)  2 strokes   Chris DiMarco 
2006  PGA Championship   Tied for leads  −18 (69-68-65-68=270)  5 strokes   Shaun Micheel 
2007  PGA Championship   3 shot leads  −8 (71-63-69-69=272)  2 strokes   Woody Austin 
2008  U.S. Open   1 shot leads  −1 (72-68-70-73=283)  Playoff3   Rocco Mediate 
2019  Masters Tournament   2 shot deficit  −13 (70-68-67-70=275)  1 stroke   Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, 
 Xander Schauffele