Tiger Woods: A Biography

Tiger Woods: A Biography

Tiger Woods: A Biography

Tiger Woods: A Biography

Synopsis

Tiger Woods has won some 71 PGA tournaments, second only to Sam Snead and Jack Nicklaus, and is second only to Nicklaus in the numbers of major championship won (14). The PGA Tour has named him Player of the Year ten times and he is the career money list leader.

Excerpt

The first edition of this book left off at the end of the 2005 season, Tiger Woods’s eighth full year as a professional golfer. At that time he had already amassed a most incredible record as a professional golfer, winning 63 professional tournaments, 10 of them major championships. For all but one golfer (Jack Nicklaus) that book would have sufficed as a chronicle of the most productive career in the history of the game. But Tiger Woods has always set his sights on the career record of 18 majors set by Nicklaus, and so his quest has continued. Since 2005 he has continued his dominance of professional golf, winning 30 times, including 4 more major championships bringing his total to 14. He has won an amazing 33 percent of the professional tournaments he has entered over his career, a feat that is unapproached in the game. in 2007 he compiled a streak of seven consecutive pga Tour wins that challenged the standing record amassed by Byron Nelson in 1945.

And he accomplished all of this while encountering his share of upheaval in his personal life. in 2006 his father Earl passed away after a long battle with cancer. As this book will explore, Tiger’s relationship with his father was a foundation for his life. and Tiger proved to be . . .

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