To: Tokin on Oak
Just when did the drug use start?....age 12???
A very very edited chronology of Tiger;
AGE 15 (1991)
• Won - U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (youngest ever to win)
• Won - Optimist International Junior World (sixth time)
AGE 16 (1992)
• Won - U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (only golfer to win twice)
AGE 17 (1993)
• Won - U.S. Junior Amateur Championship (third time)
AGE 18 (1994)
• Won - U.S. Amateur Championship, Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (youngest ever to win; largest comeback ever)
AGE 19 (1995)
• Won - U.S. Amateur Championship, Newport Country Club, Newport, R.I.
AGE 20 (1996)
• Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year
• PGA TOUR Rookie of the Year
• Won - Disney World/Oldsmobile Classic
• Won - Las Vegas Invitational
• Won - U.S. Amateur Championship, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, Cornelius, Ore. (only golfer ever to win three consecutive titles, record 18 consecutive match-play victories).
AGE 21 (1997)
• The Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year
• ESPY Male Athlete of the Year (Tied with Ken Griffey Jr.)
• Player of the Year as selected by PGA TOUR (Jack Nicklaus Award), PGA of America and Golf Writers Association of America
• Leading money-winner on PGA TOUR (Arnold Palmer Award) with $2,066,833 (most ever won in a single year)
• Won $2,440,831 worldwide in 25 events.
• Won - Masters Tournament (first professional major championship)
To: Steelsing...OK Ok you L-O-V-E youtube ...I'll buy stock today...heck you'd probably find the video of me buying it.