Facts About Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods have taken breaths around:176,774,400 breaths of air
Tiger Woods have spent time for eating & drinking around:22 months eating and drinking
Tiger Woods heart has beaten around:1,697,034,240 times
Tiger Woods have eaten around:32 tons of food
Tiger Woods have slept around:14.7 years sleeping
Tiger Woods have laughed around:163,680 times
Tiger Woods is a winner of a huge number of various golf tournaments, the first of which he won when he was only 5 years old. Eldrick Tont Woods was born in 1975 in California, and he is of American, African American, Thai, Indian, and even Chinese origin. He started training as a future golf star since he was 2 years old, under the supervision of his father and, further, his school and college coaches. Woods started his professional career when he was 20, and in 1997 he managed to reach the top line in the ranking of the World's Top golf players. Woods was the one to win the 2000 World Open which brought him worldwide recognition and good money as a prize. He kept on developing his career and winning the most prestigious tournaments until 2004 when he got focused on his relationship with his fiancee, Elin Nordegren. They got married in 2004 and she became the mother of his two children. He returned back on international golf stage in late 2005 and continued his triumphal walk. He has broken a large number of records including remaining on the first line as the best golf player in the world for 683 weeks, as the winner of 14 major golf tournaments, as the youngest winner of the World's Golf Championship, and many many more. He has 17 Guinness Book Records. Since 2009 his career has been slightly on a decline, caused primarily by divorce with his wife Elin and by an increasing number of injuries the Woods suffered. After a back surgery which he underwent in 2014, it was hardly possible for him to achieve a good form again. Woods is considered to be one of the richest sportsmen in America, with the total wealth estimated to be close to 740 million dollars. He spends a great portion of his prize money for charity.