|Rating||:||4.17 (512 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||112 Pages|
HIS BEGINNING Sports Illustrated put together a collection of some of its articles chronicling the rise of Tiger Woods from the years 1992 through 1996. Writers such as James Garrity, Jaime Diaz, Tim Rosafore, Rick Reilly, William Reed, and Gary Sickle share their special insight on this young golf phenomena.
This text traces Tiger Woods' story from the start, from being the most watched and heralded junior golfer ever, through his first two months on the PGA tour, where he was expected to have to fight for a place in the top 125, but instead he qualified in the top 30.
Tiger Woods, who has the kind of champion's grin you see only on athletes who are used to being described as "transcending the sport," may be the most talented golfer ever to pick up a club. . This collection of articles and photos from Sports Illustrated written between 1992 and 1996 chronicles the explosive entry on the scene of golf's newest poster boy