The Amazing Golfing Records Of Tiger Woods

In golfing circles, Tiger Woods is arguably one of the best players in the world. Born in California in 1975, for years, he thrilled crowds from every part of the globe with his golfing antics. He created what famously became as the “Tiger Effect” because of his unmatched prowess in golfing and joined the list of a few other great golfers.  Every golf tour he took raised up the TV ratings to astounding highs. Below are the amazing golfing records of Tiger Woods

Early Years

Woods, who started golfing at an early age by imitating his father, took his first swing at golf at only 6 months while still in his crib. He proceeded to appear on the Mike Douglas show at only 2 years. While there, he had a chance to putt with Bob hope. Tiger Woods made his first shot at nine holes by shooting 48 at the age of 3 years. Golf Digest featured a young wood at the age of 5 years.

At the age of 8 years, Tiger Woods won the Optimisty International Junior Tournament. He went ahead to win the same tournament for an unprecedented record six times.

At the age of only 15 years, Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer to win the U.S Junior Amateur. He won the same title at the age of 18 years making him still the youngest player ever to win the title twice.

He then proceeded to Stanford University where he played active golf for another two years.

In 1996, tiger woods turned pro hitting both history books and becoming one of the most talked about sports persons.

Era of Brother Crush

Brother Crush
Brother Crush

New series called Brother Crush (it’s going to be launched later this summer) has been based on the fantasy relations of step brother living under one roof. It’s gay series with many funny plot twists, all ending up with one thing only – forbidden taboo sex. We are pretty sure Tiger Woods would enjoy it given the fact he’s quite a pro at doing unethical things, once in a while 🙂

Records By Tiger Woods As A Pro

In 1997, at the age of 21 years, Tiger Woods broke another record by becoming the youngest golfer to win the Masters Champion. He went ahead to win the same Masters Champion in 2001, 2002 and 2005.

Tiger Woods held the record for most PGA tour wins at the ages of 20 to 29 years with 34 followed closely by Jack Nicklaus with 30. He won the PGA Championships in 1999, 2000, 2006 and 2007. In the year 2012, after a few a scandal on his personal life, Tiger bounced back to win the PGA tour of the Arnold Palmer invitation

He took the British Open in the years 2000, 2005 and 2006

For the U.S Open, Tiger took the wins in 2000, 2002 and 2008.

In the year 2013, Tiger won the Bridgestone Invitation for a record eight times. He was only three shots from Sam Snead who held the record.

Tiger Woods today holds the second position in golfing tournaments with a record 14 majors. He comes a close second to jack Nicklaus who holds 18 majors. The last Major Tiger Woods won was on June 16 2008.

Wrapping It Up

In August 2018, Tiger Woods will again head back to active golfing after a few years battling scandals and injuries. This is after finishing among the top 12 in previous tournaments. With all the accolades to his name, there is a chance that Masters 2018 might be Tiger Woods time to get back and dominate the golfing world as he did for many years.