Tiger Woods - Profile
Tiger Woods: A four-time winner of the US PGA
Four-time Masters winner Woods hasn't won a major since 2008 and a US PGA since 2007.
* 14-time major winner: 1997 Masters, 1999 USPGA, 2000 US Open, Open Championship, USPGA, 2001 Masters, 2002 Masters, US Open, 2005 Masters, Open Championship, 2006 Open Championship, USPGA, 2007 US PGA, 2008 US Open.
* Won all 14 majors after being leader/joint leader after round three.
* 18 World Golf Championship victories.
* 79 PGA Tour wins. Most prolific season was 2000 when he won nine times.
* Has spent over 650 weeks as world No.1. Longest stretch was Jun 12th, 2005 to Oct 24th, 2010.
* US PGA record: 16 starts, four wins, two seconds and two other top 10s.
* Won 2000 US PGA at Valhalla after beating Bob May in three-hole play-off.
- Nationality: USA
- Date Of Birth: 30/12/1975
- Birth Place: Cypress, California
- Height: 6ft 1
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Tiger Woods News
Tiger Woods says he remains focused on rediscovering his best form but accepts he may have to be patient.
Rob Lee says Tiger Woods is kidding himself if he thinks he can contend at the US Open and feels his career has reached an all-time low.
Bruce Critchley reflects on another bad week for Tiger Woods and doubts we will ever see him back in the golfing elite.
Tiger Woods return to action at this week’s Greenbrier Classic. What should we expect from the 14-time major champion?
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