Tiger Woods has been a household name for years. The ten-time major champion is now being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony is set for August 30. During the ceremony, Woods will share his life story. He won 82 PGA Tour titles, won 15 majors, and underwent eight surgeries. He said he was the best player of his generation and that he owes his success to the love of his family.
The ceremony will take place on March 30 at the PGA Tour’s headquarters in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The PGA Tour will be live-streaming the event. The induction will be Woods’ fourth, after his brother Phil, who was also inducted. Several of the other inductees include Tim Finchem, a former PGA Tour Commissioner, Susie Berning, Marion Hollins, and Marion Hollins.
The ceremony marked the first time in the history of the World Golf Hall of Fame. It was the first time since the inception of the U.S. Open in 2007 that a member of the Hall was inducted. Inducted with him were retired PGA Tour commissioner Tim Finchem, U.S. Women’s Open champion Susie Maxwell Berning, and Marion Hollins, a visionary who changed the course of golf.
After being inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, Woods’ career spanned more than half a century. He was the first to win three major championships, including the U.S. Open and British Open. His dazzling game was also praised by his daughter Sam, who was born the day before Woods’ first major championship. In addition to his impressive list of achievements, the Hall of Fame will honor his father as the greatest golfer in history.
In February 2021, Woods had a single-car accident and had multiple surgeries on his right leg. The accident left him unable to play golf in any major tournaments. His emotional introduction to Sam Woods as the inductee of the Class of 2021 was felt by everyone in attendance. The World Golf Hall of Fame is an honor for the greatness of the sport, and it was well deserved.
A year ago, Tiger Woods was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame, but the induction ceremony was delayed because of COVID-19. Although Woods is a member of the PGA Tour, he was not able to play competitively for more than two years. He last played on the PGA Tour in August 1996 but did compete in a PNC Championship in December.