The Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, the PGA Championship.
The Career Grand Slam.
At age 24.
He could very well be the greatest golfer to ever play the game.
Raising the Bar is the story of how Tiger Woods changed his life, his game, and the way America views golf. There have been many biographies written about Tiger’s life and early days with the PGA, but each ends with his triumphant victory in the 1997 Masters Championship. In the last few years Tiger has endured a lifetime of experiences, including his growing pains, his perceived slump in 1998, his incredible winning streak from 19992000, culminating in his career grand slam. Critically acclaimed golf writer and commentator Tim Rosaforte has watched Tiger since he burst onto the golfing scene and been an up-close observer of the Tiger’s life both on and off the course. Totally revised and updated, Raising the Bar includes Tiger’s latest victories—including his historic 2001 Masters victory that completed the Tiger slam—and provides intense insight into his amazing career.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.93(d)|
About the Author
Tim Rosaforte is a Senior Writer for Golf World magazine. He is a frequent contributor to The Golf Channel and is a past president of the Golf Writers Association of America. He has written two books: Heartbreak Hill and Tiger Woods: The Makings of a Champion. He has covered golf for Sports Illustrated, the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, and the St. Petersburg Times, and his work has appeared in Golf Digest, Golf, Golf Illustrated, and Links magazines. His television work includes commentaries on Inside the PGA Tour, cohosting The PGA Tour Florida Style, reports on the Golf Channel’s Golf Central, and analysis on the Golf Channel’s Viewers Forum.