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It was the end of 2002, and Tiger dominated the PGA Tour like no one before him and possibly no one would ever do again. Tiger didn't just own the golf course; he owned the sporting world in general and the television with all of his numerous commercials, radio spots, and endorsements, and his Q rating was through the roof. A man who thrives on competition discovered that he had none. Tiger began to set new goals on January 12, 2003.

Woods won his first major title in nearly 11 years with his victory at the 2019 Masters, and he went on to tie Sam Snead's career record of 82 PGA Tour victories later that year.

Wood’s Personal Life

Tiger Woods, born Eldrick Tont Woods on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California, was the only child of an African American Army officer father and a Thai mother. When Woods was a child, his father started calling him "Tiger" after a fellow soldier and friend with the same name.

Woods began playing golf as a child. Earl, his father, was his teacher and mentor. Woods had become an expert at the game by eight, even performing on television shows such as Good Morning America.

                              

 

His Career

He won the 1997 U.S. Masters in Augusta, Georgia, with a record score of 270. That victory was even more impressive, considering Tiger Woods was only 21 years old. Tiger Woods was the youngest person ever to win the tournament and the first African-American.

Tiger Woods's victory would not be his last, as he tied the course record at the British Open later that year. Tiger Woods finished his career with four US PGA titles, three US Open victories, three Open Championship victories, and three US Masters victories.

Tiger Woods won the Buick Invitational and the Western Open in 2003, followed by another victory the following year. The young man who began his career as a golf prodigy was getting into his stride. Tiger Woods won six major championships in 2005, a feat few professional golfers have achieved. Tiger Woods was named PGA Tour Player of the Year the same year, but it was not his first time receiving the honor. Tiger Woods received the award for the seventh time in nine years in 2005.

Tiger Woods won the BMW Championship and the Tour Championship in 2007, extending his winning streak into the future. He was later named PGA Tour Player of the Year by his peers, a prestigious honor in golf.

Tiger Woods has had several setbacks in his golf career, including a messy divorce, a cheating scandal, and ongoing knee problems. Despite this, Tiger Woods appears to be on the mend, having participated in several high-profile tournaments and holding his own against golfers half his age. Tiger Woods may have been the youngest golfer to win a major tournament, but he's not ready to hang up his clubs yet.

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