The date is April 11, 1997. The crowds are going wild. Tiger Woods had just won the Masters, one of the four most important golf tournaments in the world. Not only did he win the tournament; he had also won by more strokes than any other player ever to win the masters had! As he hugs his father, Earl Woods, tears of joy stream down his face. Ever since he was a young child he wanted to
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active players on the PGA TOUR, and is the career money list leader.
Though his father gave him every opportunity to play the game, Tiger practiced because he wanted to. He was hard on himself and wouldn't settle for anything but perfection. Neither his coaches nor his parents had to push Tiger to work on his game. His strong will and determination pushed him to the top and his success will remain in history forever.