Tiger Woods made his PGA Tour debut at Riviera when he was a 16-year-old in high school. Playing as an amateur, Woods teed off at the 11th hole for 1992's LA Open golf tournament at Riviera CC.
At career starting, Stanford standout Tiger Woods became U.S. Amateur Champion and qualified for the 1995 Masters at August NGC, where he is seen talking with former No. 1 Ranked golfer Greg Norman.
While he was still in college, Woods won his first Masters by 12 strokes. Woods received his Green Jacket from the previous year's winner Nick Faldo, left, at the Augusta NGC in April 1997.
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Tiger Woods kisses the Wanamaker trophy as he continued his rise to stardom when he won his first PGA Championship at the Medinah Country Club in 1999.
Tiger Woods captured the U.S. Open and The Open Championship Woods is seen with the U.S. Open Golf Championship in 2000. No golfer had ever been more dominant in 140 years of major championships.
Woods stands alongside legendary golfer Arnold Palmer@Bay Hill Invitational 2002. He's youngest golfer to notch a Career Grand Slam & win 4 consecutive major professional titles, known as Tiger Slam.
Tiger Woods celebrates with his father Earl after winning the Target World Challenge in 2004.
Tiger Woods lines up a putt during the first round of The Barclays at Liberty National Golf Club on August 27, 2009 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Woods eventually fell to No. 58 in the world in 2011.
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As he grew older, Tiger began to spend time with his family & teaching his son. Woods gave his son a fist bump after a putt on the 12th green during a practice round of Father Son Challenge golf.
Tiger Woods stands alongside his daughter Sam during his introduction into the World Golf Hall of Fame on March 9, 2022. Woods reflected on his life and playing career in the emotional speech.
Tiger Woods hits on the driving range during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament on Tuesday, April 5, 2022, in Augusta, Ga.