Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods is known as a professional golfer. He is most famous for becoming the youngest man and the first African American to win the U.S. Masters tournament.

Background and Age

Eldrick Tont Woods was born on December 30, 1975, in Cypress, California. He was the single offspring of an African-American Army official father and a Thai mother. At the point when Woods was a tyke, his father started calling him "Tiger" out of appreciation for a trooper and companion who had the same moniker. As a little youngster, Woods figured out how to play golf. His father, Earl, filled in as his educator and coach. By the age of eight, Woods had turned out to be incredibly proficient at the game, flaunting his aptitudes on TV programs like Good Morning America.

Career and Net Worth

He won the U.S. Experts at Augusta in 1997 with a record score at age 21, making him the most youthful man and the primary African American to win the title. Woods won another 13 majors and was named the PGA Player of the Year multiple times throughout the following 12 years/ With his triumph at the 2019 Masters in April 2019, Woods asserted his first significant title in almost 11 years.

In August 2019, after a summer of detachment that included only four competitions, two missed cuts, vacation, and some back issues, Woods figured to be prepared to go for a three-week dash in the FedEx Cup playoffs. Rather, he couldn't have looked less sharp during the opening round of the Northern Trust at Liberty National.

Marriage, Wife and Kids

Woods was married to Swedish model Elin Nordegren from 2004 to 2010. The couple has two children, Sam Alexis and Charlie Axel. While Tiger's life on the green appeared to be great, his own life was in a significantly increasingly genuine spiral. Reports surfaced about a tryst among Woods and club director Rachel Uchitel. The two parties denied a relationship, in spite of photographic proof that appeared to show generally.

As the story picked up footing, news sources declared that Woods had crashed into a fire hydrant outside his home. Reports said that Woods' significant other had crushed the window of the golfer's SUV with a golf club so as to get him out of the bolted vehicle. The golfer's wounds were not serious and he was immediately released.

Reports of different Woods escorts started to run wild. On December 2, 2009, Woods offered a conciliatory sentiment to his fans and family, communicating lament for anonymous offenses. But as the escort tally rose to in excess of twelve ladies, with telephone proof to back numerous cases, Woods was not able to stifle media investigation into his life.

Woods was said to have offered his better half a renegotiation of their prenuptial understanding so as to urge her to stick by him, yet reports before long surfaced that Nordgren had bought a home in Sweden with her sister. Photographers at that point recognized the former model without her wedding band and their union was finished.

Last Modified: Aug 30, 2020


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