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Training a Tiger: A Father's Guide to Raising a Winner in Both Golf and Life Hardcover – April 3, 1997
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The first thing you'll learn in this book, which details how Earl Woods raised his son, Tiger, to become probably the greatest golfer who ever lived, is that your child will never be another Tiger Woods. Tiger is a prodigy in the sense that Mozart was a prodigy. But even if your child has completely ordinary abilities, Training a Tiger shows how to pass on your love for a sport to your child. Most of the book is specific to golf, but the same lessons can be applied to any activity.
Wonderful illustrations and cute baby pictures of the Tiger grace Papa Tiger's book.
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As Earl himself suggests, if you want strict golf advice, you are probably better getting it from a professional. Yet Earl's only quality that makes him more compelling than any other scratch golfer is that he raised Tiger, thus its a true head-scratcher that so little of this association entered the book. At its best, this book represents a decent golf instruction book; at worst, its a lost opportunity to present something truly compelling.