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Tiger Woods Tiger Woods started learning golf when he was six months old from his high chair Kramer 6 He would watch his fathers practice swings At ten months old he got down from his high chair and took a swing with a sawed-off club A swing that may turn out to be more historical than Alan Shepards six-iron on the moon Tida Tigers mother has pictures of him on a practice green at eleven months When Tiger was eighteen months old he would go to a nearby driving range and hit a bucket of balls When he was done Tida would put him back in his stroller and he would go to sleep While other toddlers frolicked in sandboxes Tiger practiced chipping from sand traps Tiger has been burning up the divots ever since he shot a forty-eight on nine holes on a California course He was three years old When he was two he memorized his Dads work number He would call every day and ask if he could play golf with him Kramer 9 Every day Earl would pause making Tiger think Then he would agree Tiger was the youngest player to win the United States Junior Amateur title at age fifteen Kramer 16 He was also first to win it three times all of which were won on the final hole As a teen Tiger tried several other sports He was a natural switch hitter XXXX 2 loved playing shooting guard was a wide receiver and a four hundred-meter runner He quit it all for golf because it interfered with his practice time Two summers ago just subsequent to entering Stanford he won his first United States Amateur title the youngest ever at age eighteen Kramer 26 He was instantly compared to greats like Bobby Jones Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus Tiger became the first ever to win three consecutive United States Amateur titles the last despite
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