Golf legend Tiger Woods’ career may be coming to an end in the next few years, but he has certainly left a lasting impression on the sport. He will be putting his name back into the spotlight as he is set to write his second book.
This book, set to release next spring, will highlight and detail his run through the 1997 Masters, where he became the youngest person to ever win the tournament at just 21 years old.
It does not have a title yet, but it will certainly be an emotional tale to experience.
It is set to release in hardcover, as an e-book and in audio editions next March, just a month before the 20-year anniversary of Woods’s historic moment.
That major win was the first of many as he went on to win three more green jackets and 13 more total major championships in his career.
Tiger Woods is writing the book with Canadian golf writer Lorne Rubenstein, so it is certainly going to be a top-notch story. Just about anyone knows the history behind it, but now we will hear the gritty details from the legend himself.
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