Tiger Woods' daughter begins early training to defeat Michelle Wie by age ten. Also, how to lower your score at the driving range
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Tiger Woods is probably just as interested as the rest of the world in knowing whether or not his daughter will take to golf as early as he did. Although I think it’s too soon to bring a five-month old baby to the driving range, obviously Tiger believes that placing Sam in this environment will nurture her taste for the sport, and maybe it will. As Woods said, “She kind of shakes every time I hit a shot, like, she gets excited. This could be good.”
Yes, this could be good on several fronts. For one thing, it would make for great television. ESPN has already bought the rights to air the Masters Par-3 contest starting next year, most possibly in anticipation of Sam Alexis buzzing alongside of daddy in her electric crib, handing Tiger is putter.
Sam’s future is already laid out before her, thanks to Woods. Nike is probably planning a line of baby clothes and short sticks to offer parents interested in the “Tiger Woods method". If baby Sam inherits Elin’s good looks, look for her face to be splattered all over the media, eventually taking over the top spot of the Forbes’ 20 under 25.
Golf for Beginners also discusses Tiger’s probable top-five finish at this week’s Target World Challenge. But it might not be so easy for Woods this year. Look for a pumped-up Calcavecchia, who just took home a win at the Merrill Lynch Shootout and was given an exemption by the Foundation, to be nipping at Tiger’s tail.
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Oh, I don't like the idea of giving girls masculine names; that why I just call her "Alexis."
You're right about Cheyenne, she is not only a great golfer but a wonderful person. I do not know if it was her idea to be out of the spotlight or it was her parents. I have only seen her on the golf channel and she is something special.
I see that Nike's CEO, a Stanford grad, is taking a course at Stanford. Now that is what I call checking on your investment! Maybe Bubbles will invite him out for a hamburger and milkshake.
Maybe he's there to learn about bankruptcy proceedings.
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