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Prince of the Fairway The Tiger Woods Story by Allison L Teague Tiger Woods became a great golfer because of his fathers help and encouragement His father knew that black children did not get to play golf because they werent allowed at the country clubs but he was going to change that Even when Tiger was still in a high chair only ten months old his father would sit him in the garage for hours His father Earl would hit golf balls into a net for hours at a time while Tiger watched That is why when Tiger was barely old enough to stand up he could swing his fathers putter like a driver Tiger Woods began playing golf at public courses before he was four years old One time he even shot a 48 on the back nine at the Navy Course in Cypress at age three Earl once said When most kids are in those circular walkers you give them a rattle He had a putter When Tiger was 6 years old he made his first birdie on a 91-yard par three By the time he was seven his father had him listening to subliminal tapes to improve his mental game Along with the tapes his father used what he called physiological warfare on Tiger He would cough yell laugh scream move run jump or throw something at Tiger while he was swinging He would do anything he could to distract him Tiger Woods won many tournaments throughout his childhood and throughout high school He attended college at Stanford University and played for their golf team Tiger has won countless golf tournaments since college and after turning pro The games tournaments and championships were very expensive but Earl Woods had prepared financially so that his son could play Tiger even had to borrow 100 from his dad to register for his first professional tournament the day after he signed
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