The #1 New York Occasions bestseller in keeping with years of reporting and interviews with greater than 250 other people from each nook of Tiger Woods’s existence—this “complete, propulsive…and unsparing” (The New Yorker) biography is “an bold 360-stage portrait of golfing’s such a lot scrutinized determine…brimming with revealing main points” (Golf Digest).

In 2009, Tiger Woods was once essentially the most well-known athlete in the world, a transcendent megastar of just about unfathomable repute and fortune dwelling what looked to be the easiest existence. But it surely became out he have been dwelling a double existence for years—person who exploded within the aftermath of a Thanksgiving night time crash that revealed his serial infidelity and despatched his private and professional lives over a cliff. On this “searing biography of golfing’s such a lot blazing ability” (GOLF magazine), Jeff Benedict and Armen Keteyian dig deep in the back of the headlines to provide a richly pronounced resolution to the query that has mystified thousands and thousands of sports activities enthusiasts for just about a decade: who’s Tiger Woods, actually?

Drawing on greater than 400 interviews with other people from each nook of Woods’s existence—lots of whom have by no means spoken approximately him at the report earlier than—Benedict and Keteyian assemble a fascinating mental profile of a combined race kid programmed through an crowd pleasing father and the unique Tiger Mother to be the “selected one,” to switch no longer simply the sport of golfing, however the global as neatly. However at what value? Benedict and Keteyian give you the starling solutions On this definitive biography that may be destined to linger within the minds of readers for future years.

“Impossible to resist…Immensely readable…Benedict and Keteyian carry us alongside for the experience in a whirlwind of a biography that reads fair and real” (The Wall Boulevard Journal). In the long run, Tiger Woods is “a large American tale…exhilarating, miserable, tawdry, and shifting in virtually equivalent degree” (The New York Times).