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Eldrick "Tiger" Woods (born December 30, 1975) is an
American golfer who is considered one of the greatest
golfers of all time. In 2005, at the age of 29, he reached
the milestone of winning a tenth major golf championship,
placing him third on the all time list behind Jack Nicklaus
and Walter Hagen.
Including his three U.S. Amateur Championship wins he
and Bobby Jones are the only golfers to win thirteen
majors before age 30. He has won more times on the PGA
Tour than any other active golfer and he holds the PGA
Tour record for most consecutive tournament cuts made
with 142. Woods, who is of mixed race, is credited with
prompting a major surge of interest in the game of golf,
especially among racial minorities and younger people
in the United States. (wikipedia)
Woods was a child prodigy who began to play golf at
age three. While still a small child, he demonstrated
his golf skills in a television appearance with Mike
Douglas. In 1984 he won the 9-10 boys' event at the
Junior World Golf Championships. He was only eight years
old, but 9-10 was the youngest age group at that time.
He went on to win the U.S. Junior Amateur title in 1991,
1992 and 1993. He remains the youngest ever winner and
the only multiple winner. He followed this with three
consecutive U.S. Amateur titles the next three years.
With his first US Amateur win in 1994, the year that
he graduated high school, he became the youngest man
ever to win that event.
His five USGA Championships before age 20 qualify him
for consideration as the greatest golfer of all time
under age 20. He attended Stanford University and won
one NCAA individual championship. Woods decided to leave
Stanford after two years because he believed he was
ready to succeed as a professional.