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Dear Fellow Golfer,
Tom Callahan has written the seminal book on
golfing great Tiger Woods. Woods, who has gone out of his way to
protect his privacy, has never allowed himself to get close enough
to a writer to be properly examined on the page. Callahan, commonly
regarded as one of the best all-round sports writers in the
country, has followed Tiger around the world of golf for more than
seven years, enjoying a certain access to the man and his family.
He even went so far as to travel to Vietnam to learn the fate of
the South Vietnamese soldier who was Earl Wood's best friend during
the war - and his son's namesake.
Tiger is twenty years old when the book opens and twenty-seven when
it closes. During those years, Callahan covered Woods at all the
Majors, including the Masters, the U.S. Open, and the British Open,
culminating in Tiger's heart-stopping race to make history by
clinching the string of Majors affectionately nicknamed the Tiger
Along the way, Tom Callahan hears from everyone who is anyone in
the world of Tiger Woods, including Phil Mickelson, Jack Nicklaus,
David Duval, Butch Harmon, Ernie Els, and, of course, Tiger's
rather ubiquitous mother and father. As much as we learn about
Tiger - how he sees himself in relation to the courses he plays on
and the players he has learned from and competed with - we also
enjoy a bird's-eye view of golf as it is now with Tiger on the
scene, and as it was for centuries before.
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