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'''Eldrick Tont Woods''' (born 1975), who goes by his nickname, Tiger, is a professional [[golf | golfer]]. In 2006, he was #2 on Forbes's "Celebrity 100" of the biggest celebrity names, trailing only [[Oprah Winfrey]]. [http://www.forbes.com/lists/2007/53/07celebrities_The-Celebrity-100_Rank.html] He earned about $100,000,000 in 2006 from endorsements and tournament winnings. He is a [[Buddhism|Buddhist]].
 
'''Eldrick Tont Woods''' (born 1975), who goes by his nickname, Tiger, is a professional [[golf | golfer]]. In 2006, he was #2 on Forbes's "Celebrity 100" of the biggest celebrity names, trailing only [[Oprah Winfrey]]. [http://www.forbes.com/lists/2007/53/07celebrities_The-Celebrity-100_Rank.html] He earned about $100,000,000 in 2006 from endorsements and tournament winnings. He is a [[Buddhism|Buddhist]].
  
Despite showing promise of becoming the greatest golfer ever, Woods's career and athletic achievement collapsed amid reports of adultery.  His wife subsequently obtained a divorce.<ref>http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100219/ap_on_sp_go_ne/glf_tiger_woods</ref>
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Despite showing promise of becoming the greatest golfer ever, Woods's career and athletic achievement slumped amid reports of adultery.  His wife subsequently obtained a divorce,<ref>http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100219/ap_on_sp_go_ne/glf_tiger_woods</ref> but Woods has since reclaimed the #1 ranking in golf and seems back on track to set new records.
  
 
[[Liberals]] frequently over-promote Woods in the media, to the point of declaring him to be a favorite to win the 2012 [[Masters]].  In fact, he turned in his worst performance there in 17 years, and his swearing and kicking of a club were captured by a camera.  After he learned that people did not appreciate that, he declared:<ref>http://www.augusta.com/masters/story/news/latest-news/woods-offers-apology-masters-behavior</ref>
 
[[Liberals]] frequently over-promote Woods in the media, to the point of declaring him to be a favorite to win the 2012 [[Masters]].  In fact, he turned in his worst performance there in 17 years, and his swearing and kicking of a club were captured by a camera.  After he learned that people did not appreciate that, he declared:<ref>http://www.augusta.com/masters/story/news/latest-news/woods-offers-apology-masters-behavior</ref>

Revision as of 09:01, 26 March 2013

Eldrick Tont Woods (born 1975), who goes by his nickname, Tiger, is a professional golfer. In 2006, he was #2 on Forbes's "Celebrity 100" of the biggest celebrity names, trailing only Oprah Winfrey. [1] He earned about $100,000,000 in 2006 from endorsements and tournament winnings. He is a Buddhist.

Despite showing promise of becoming the greatest golfer ever, Woods's career and athletic achievement slumped amid reports of adultery. His wife subsequently obtained a divorce,[1] but Woods has since reclaimed the #1 ranking in golf and seems back on track to set new records.

Liberals frequently over-promote Woods in the media, to the point of declaring him to be a favorite to win the 2012 Masters. In fact, he turned in his worst performance there in 17 years, and his swearing and kicking of a club were captured by a camera. After he learned that people did not appreciate that, he declared:[2]


I certainly heard that people didn’t like me kicking the club. I didn’t like it either. I hit it in the bunker, and it didn’t feel good on my toe, either.

He has had three knee operations, including the removal of a benign tumor and also a cyst.[3][4]

Woods has the most wins of anyone on the PGA Tour this year, and his winning performance the 2012 AT&T National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland moved him past Jack Nicklaus into second place on the tour list, eight short of the record set by Sam Snead.

References

  1. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100219/ap_on_sp_go_ne/glf_tiger_woods
  2. http://www.augusta.com/masters/story/news/latest-news/woods-offers-apology-masters-behavior
  3. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,351418,00.html
  4. http://www.golftoday.co.uk/news/yeartodate/news02/woods51.html

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