The Tiger Woods Movie: A Script Without An Ending

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The Tiger Woods Movie: A Script Without An Ending

Just imagine.

The opening scene unveils a two-year-old child lying in his crib, delicately gripping a toddler's golf club. Oddly, the interlocking grip appears flawless.

As the next scene opens, footage runs of Tiger standing next to comedian Bob Hope as the two prepare to compete in a 'putt-off' on the Mike Douglas Show.

The camera shoots to a now three-year-old Woods who, after tapping in his final putt at his father's home course—Navy Golf Course in Cypress, California—officially shoots 48 through nine holes.

Suddenly, images of Tiger in Golf Digest Magazine and on ABC's "That's Incredible" are displayed one after another showing his rapid evolution. You watch as he signs the scorecard in which he first broke 80 at the age of eight; winning six separate Junior World Golf Championships; and as he tees it up next to John Daly and Jack Nicklaus all before the age of 15.

Meet Tiger Woods; the child golf prodigy.

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