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Working with Tiger Woods - About the 1997 Masters Book

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I’ve been asked frequently what it was like to work with Tiger Woods on his book The 1997 Masters: My Story. Above all, I enjoyed learning about what went into the making of his twelve-shot win in his first major as a professional. Our back and forth during multiple, long interview sessions enabled me to get insights into his approach, and the week as it unfolded.

In the early stages of our discussions we watched video of that Masters. One vivid memory led to another, one story to another. I attended that 1997 Masters and followed Tiger as he shot 40 on the front nine. I watched as he walked from the ninth green to the tenth tee, deep in thought. What had gone wrong? How could he turn things around? Was he worried?

Worth a read.

It's very short.

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