15 most fascinating takeaways from HBO’s Tiger Woods documentary ‘Tiger’


The filmmakers of HBO’s new two-part “Tiger” documentary picked an emblematic moment for their opening scene. It’s a clip of Earl Woods speaking at a 1996 banquet honoring his 20-year-old son, Tiger Woods, as that year’s most outstanding college golfer. Immediately, the duality of their bond was on display. Earl praises his son. (Los Angeles Times)

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15 most fascinating takeaways from HBO’s Tiger Woods documentary ‘Tiger’


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