Death of Earl Woods has blogger wondering if he can raise the next Tiger
With the recent passing of Earl Woods, I can only admire the time, dedication, sacrifice and effort he put in over the years to put his son in the position he is today.
But do you think that Tiger Woods’ success has just been through years of dedicated practice, starting from such an early age or pure talent. Maybe it’s a combination of all. How does one recognize from such an early age that this kid is going to be a champion?
Being a parent of a young boy, half Thai as is Tiger, I have started to wonder whether he may be able to trek the same path and one day be an exceptional golfer. Does he have what it takes to put in the years of practice starting at such an early age? Does he have the natural talent?
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