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AT&T Pro-Am Woods

...And my theory is that from day one, Tiger was shaped into being a golf machine. In this he reminds me of Agassi who, in his gut-wrenching memoir, recounts the lengths that his father went to in his bid to shape a tennis champion. Earl Woods was an LTC in the Army and an expert in prisoner investigation. I’ve read that he used some of these mental techniques when training his son. Earl Woods has stated in interviews that he never treated Tiger like a child, but always as an equal. In life they were inseparable. When Earl died in 2006, Tiger was left on his own to navigate a world of freedom. And the methods that we use to navigate freedom is formed in the early years. You can see the adult in the child...

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