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Tiger Woods was too young to notice the racism around him He didntunderstand that in this world people were judged by the color of theirskin He couldnt speak out about it he couldnt voice his opinions orcome up with possible solutions because he was too young Tiger facedmany racial ordeals throughout his life mainly because he was half-Thaiand half-black He broke into the sport of golf as one of the youngestHe not only wanted to be the best black golfer he wanted to be the est golfer The only way Tiger dealt with racism was to let his clubs doall the talking for him The book starts off with Earl Woods Tigersfather during the Vietnam War A sniper almost took out Earl but hisfriend saved him Later on that day he gets in a predicament with abamboo viper and once again his friend saves him The friends namewas Nguyen Phong and he was good in combat he was a tiger in combatNguyen Phong had the nickname of Tiger Earl vowed that if he ever hadther son he would call him Tiger After the war back in the UnitedStates Earl met a Thai woman named Kultida and he married her and had ason They named the baby Eldrick but Earl called him Tiger TigerWoods took interest in golf at a young age He would watch from his cribas his father would practice his swing He began playing golf sincebefore he could walk When he got a few years older he began to competein the Junior Nationals tournaments against older boys He didnt hav the strength to drive the ball far but he had skill he was blessedEarl made Tiger some miniature clubs out of his old ones and from thatmoment on he was obsessed with the sport The way that Tiger played itwas no longer a sport it became an art With every hole he played hisgame progressed to a whole new level As Tiger grew
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