PGA TOUR Originals: 25 Years of Tiger

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From the moment he burst onto the scene in 1996, Tiger Woods forever changed the game as we know it. His intense focus and work ethic paired with an incredible level of talent has impacted multiple generations of fans and players alike, and will continue to do so for decades to come. Furthermore, his dream to make an impact off the course has positively impacted the next generation and become a model for charity work.

Through various defining pillars, viewers will navigate through the triumphs and game-changing moments of Tiger’s life and career in a back-and-forth, then-and-now storytelling arc to highlight his impact on golf – and sports, in general – throughout the past, present and future.


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