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Tiger Woods By: Wade Mendonca A Good Education High School:  Western HS (Anaheim, Calif.) College:  Stanford University (Palo Alto, Calif.) Tigers Life And Acomplishments AGES 2 — 5 (1978-1981) Shot 48 for nine holes at Navy Golf Club in Cypress, Calif., (age 3)

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Tiger Woods

By:

Wade Mendonca

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A Good Education

High School: Western HS (Anaheim, Calif.)

College: Stanford University (Palo Alto, Calif.)

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Tigers Life And Acomplishments

  • AGES 2 — 5 (1978-1981) Shot 48 for nine holes at Navy Golf Club in Cypress, Calif., (age 3)
  • AGES 6 — 13 (1982-1989) Won — Optimist International Junior World at ages 8, 9, 12 and 13
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Life & Accomplishments

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  • AGE 14 (1990) Won — Optimist International Junior World (fifth time)• Won — Insurance Youth Golf Classic (Big “I”) National (youngest ever to win)
  • AGE 15 (1991) Won — U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (youngest ever to win)Won — Optimist International Junior World (sixth time)
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AGE 16 (1992)Golf Digest Player of the YearSouthern California Player of the Year

  • AGE 17 (1993) Winner, Dial Award — emblematic of top national high school male athlete for 1993• Accepted scholarship at Stanford University in November, 1993, (to enter Stanford in 1994)
  • AGE 18 (1994) Orange County Player of the Year Golf World Man of the Year
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AGE 19 (1995) Won — U.S. Amateur Championship, Newport Country Club, Newport, Rhode IslandWon — Stanford Invitational

  • AGE 20 (1996)Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year• PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year
  • AGE 21 (1997) The Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year• ESPY Male Athlete of the Year (Tied with Ken Griffey, Jr.)
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AGE 22 (1998) Won — Johnnie Walker Classic (Thailand) Won — BellSouth Classic

  • AGE 23 (1999) ESPY Male Athlete of the Year for the second time in three years and ESPY Golfer of the Decade Player of the Year as selected by PGA TOUR ( Jack Nicklaus Award), PGA of America
  • AGE 24 (2000) Won — Mercedes Championships• Won — AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
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AGE 25 (2001) With Masters victory, became the first ever to hold all four professional major championships at the same time

  • AGE 26 (2002)First player to win Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for four consecutive years• First player to win PGA of America Player of the Year and Vardon Trophy in the same year for four consecutive years
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AGE 27 (2003) First player to win Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for five consecutive years First player to win PGA of America Player of the Year and Vardon Trophy in the same

  • AGE 28 (2004) Won — WGC Accenture Match Play, Won — Dunlop Phoenix
  • AGE 29 (2005) Won — Buick Invitational
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His Profession

Tiger Woods is a very experienced and excellent professional golfer. He has won a various array of tournaments and trophies.

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Bibliography

1.http://www.tigerwoods.com/home/default.sps

2. www.biography.com/blackhistory

3. www.historychannel.com/blackhistory