Eldrick Tont Woods, also known as Tiger Woods, is an American professional golfer. On December 30, 1975, he was born in Cypress, California, in the United States. In his junior, college, and amateur golf careers, Woods excelled.
At the age of 20, Woods began his career. He won three PGA Tour competitions by the end of April 1997 in addition to his first major, the 1997 Masters, which he won by a record-breaking 12 shots. Less than a year after turning professional, in June 1997, he made his first ascent to the top of the global rankings.
Woods dominated golf for the first ten years of the twenty-first century. From August 1999 to September 2004 and again from June 2005 to October 2010, he had the number one golfing position in the world. 18 World Golf Championships have been won by Woods.
He was also a member of the American Ryder Cup winning squad in 1999. Woods became the fourth golfer to win the Presidential Medal of Freedom when Donald Trump presented it to him in May 2019. Woods stated that his professional golfing career was done in a November 2021 interview with Golf Digest, though he would still participate in “a few events per year.” For the first time since the collision, he made a comeback on the PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods Siblings: Meet Earl Woods, Jr., Royce Renee Woods and Kevin Dale Woods.
Tiger Woods has three siblings. They are Earl Woods, the oldest sibling, Royce Renee Woods, the third born and Kevin Dale Woods, the second born with Tiger Woods being the last child.