A new, fully illustrated gift book commemorating the unparalleled rise, fall, and comeback of golf’s greatest champion
Tiger Woods turned pro at age 20 in 1996, rapidly ascending to become the No. 1 ranked player in the world at age 21 and the youngest player ever to achieve the career Grand Slam. Woods’ second decade on the tour was one of reinvention, marked by injuries and personal struggles before a comeback that culminated in Woods first major win in 11 years at the 2019 Masters.
In celebration of Woods’ first quarter century on the professional circuit, those moments and memories are collected in Tiger Woods: Celebrating 25 Years on the PGA Tour.
Capturing the magic of Woods’ career as only Sports Illustrated™ can, this new volume includes more than 100 full-color photographs, some of which have become nearly as iconic as the man himself—from Woods’ earliest days on the golf course with his father to his play alongside his son, Charlie, in 2020.
This commemorative book also features some of the best written coverage of Woods’s career from the pages of Sports Illustrated™, including pieces by Frank Deford, Rick Reilly, Gary Smith, Alan Shipnuck, and more.
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