Tiger Woods Net Worth 2016

Tiger Woods Net Worth 2016

Eldrick Tont Woods, otherwise called Tiger Woods, was conceived on 30 December, 1975, in the Cypress, California, the main offspring of an African-American father, who by profession was an Army officer and her mother who was a Thai. At the point when Woods was a youngster, his dad started calling him “Tiger” out of appreciation for a kindred officer and companion who had the same moniker. Around this same time, Woods figured out how to play golf. His dad, Earl, served as his educator and coach.

At a very tender age, Woods had turned out to be to a great degree capable at the amusement, notwithstanding flaunting his abilities on TV programs, for example, Good Morning America.

In his first appearance at the British Open soon thereafter, Woods tied the course record of 64. The following couple of years brought significantly more triumphs, including four U.S. three U.S. Open wins, three Open Championship wins, PGA titles, and three U.S. Experts win.

In 2003, among Woods’ five wins were the Buick Invitational as well as the Western Open. The next year, Woods won one and only authority PGA Tour title. While he may have had a few difficulties on the course, his own life was running easily. Woods wedded his long-term sweetheart Elin Nordegren, a Swedish model, in October of 2004.

Coming back to overwhelm the game, he won six titles in 2005 and was selected as the Tour Player of Year for PGA for the seventh time in nine years.

Woods encountered an extraordinary individual misfortune in 2006. His dad passed on in May subsequent to doing combating prostate disease. Woods commented on his site at the time, “My father was my closest companion and most prominent good example, and I will miss him profoundly.” Despite his anguish, Woods came back to golf and won a few occasions, including the PGA Championship and the British Open.

The following season was set apart by numerous wins by and by and professionally. His significant other brought forth the couple’s first youngster, Sam Alexis Woods, on June 18, 2007. In the wake of taking some time off to welcome his little girl, he won the World Golf Championship and the PGA Championship in August 2007.

The following month, Woods’ triumphant courses proceeded, as he accumulated the top spot in the Tour Championship and the BMW Championship. He was given the title of Player of the Year by alternate members on the PGA Tour and won his eighth Arnold Palmer Award for being the lead cash worker.

Woods won the U.S. Open on June 16, 2008, in a 19-gap playoff, defeating sporadic agony in his left knee from arthroscopic surgery performed on April 15. Woods shot a standard 4 on the first and the final opening of sudden demise while American Rocco Mediate, 45, settled for an intruder.

In the year 2009, he came back to the green in the championship of the Accenture Match Play organized in Tucson, Arizona. He competed against  Tim Clark, the golf player of South Africa, but lost it to this first competitor in the first competition since his harm. In the year 2009, he contended again in the U.S. Open. In the wake of placing a four-over-standard in the first round, he rapidly dropped out of conflict for claiming the victory.

Despite the fact that Woods’ rebound not turned out as the promising as he’d trusted, he continued No. 1 on the planet golf positions, and kept on being the pioneer in the Top 10 completes in general. Yet, subsequent to dropping the PGA title to the Yang Yong-eun, he completed the year deprived of a solitary real win the first occasion when he ever done as such since 2004.

Woods’ own life likewise appeared to get ugly, as news of a conceivable separation settlement hit the media outlets. The reputed $750 million settlement supposedly included properties in Sweden, and the family home in California for Nordegren, in return for his significant other’s changeless quiet on Woods’ philandering. Reports likewise said Nordegren held full physical care of their 3-year-old little girl and 1-year-old child, and Woods concurred not to acquaint his kids with another lady unless he wedded her.

The 2013 season was a triumphant one for Woods. He won five competitions, including the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the Farmers Insurance Open and the Players Championship, and was named the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the eleventh time.

Be that as it may, pretty much as Woods showed up prepared to resume his walk toward Nicklaus’ record of 18 noteworthy titles, wounds erupted to wreck his execution. The golfer experienced back surgery in March 2014, and battled in the wake of coming back to aggressive play.

The next year, he showed up in two early competitions before taking a crush to give a sore spirit a chance to recuperate and take a shot at his diversion. Woods returned so as to tee off at the Masters in April, completing a strong 5-under standard to guarantee a tie for seventeenth spot.

A couple of weeks after the fact, he declared the end of his association with Vonn, taking note of that their “frenzied” timetables kept them from getting to know each other. He has gained an estimated net worth of $700 million.

Quick Summary

Full name: Eldrick Tont Woods

Date of birth: December 30, 1975

Birth place: Cypress, California, United States

Age: 40 years

Profession: Golf Player and Author

Height: 1.85 m

Weight: 84 Kg

Net worth: $700 Million

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