Tiger is one of the best golfers in history. Many consider him to be even better than Jack Nickalus, others believe that he won't pass the "Golden Bear" until he wins more than 18 majors.
Cristiano has been involved in a similar discussion, but has been constantly compared with Lionel Messi. In 2008 he won the FIFA Ballon d'Or and has been a cornerstone in world football ever since.
Both have had splendid performances throughout the years. For Woods, some of the most impressive results came in 2000.
He won six consecutive tournaments, something that no one had accomplished since 1948, including the U.S. Open, which Sports Illustrated called The Greatest Performance in Golf History.
In his 16 seasons as a professional golfer, Tiger has won 102 tournaments, 74 of them in the PGA Tour (second all time).
Ronaldo has been a pro for 10 years in which he has scored 275 goals with Sporting CP, Manchester United and Real Madrid, and 37 with Portugal's national team, for a total of 312.
CR7 gathered 85,000 fans in his presentation with Real Madrid, breaking Maradona's record (75,000 fans) when he was presented with Napoli.
He needed four matches to make history with Los Merengues; he scored at least once in all of them, becoming the first player to accomplish the feat.
One of his most impressive accomplishments was scoring 40 goals in a single season, something nobody had done before; Hugo Sánchez and Telmo Zarra shared the record at 38 goals.