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Mark Hunt
Mark Hunt Member Posts: 4,909
father has passed away.

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  • Mark Hunt
    Mark Hunt Member Posts: 4,909
    No Tiger fans here?

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  • S Ebels
    S Ebels Member Posts: 2,322
    Tiger and his father

    Tiger and his father served as a role model for father/son relationships. They were extremely close. I have to think that bond was forged by the effort and dedication Mr
    Woods put into raising his son.

    Kids spell love this way.... T I M E. Sounds so simple but in todays world, it's so hard to do.
  • George_10
    George_10 Member Posts: 580
    There are many reasons to admire Tiger

    He has given his time and a great deal of money for his school in California.

    The obvious affection between his Father and himself was great to see. He also seems to have a good relationship with his Mother.

    A fantasy of mine was to see him play Jack and Arnie when they were in their prime. He shares one element with them that made them all terrific. They knew how to win and did not seem to succomb to pressure. He certainly has elevated pro golf to another level.

    The next Major he plays in will be interesting to watch as I believe he will be trying to win in his Father's memory.
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