Eldrick "Tiger" Woods

Athlete In 1997, Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer, and first of color, to win the prestigous Masters title.  He was the youngest player to win five major championships, and the fifth golfer in history to do so.  He's been the Professional Golf Association's (PGA) Player of the Year 10 times, more than any other golfer in history.  In 2009, he announced that he would take time off from golf after a highly publicized divorce from his wife.  In July 2010, Forbes magazine reported that Woods was the highest-earning sports figure, earning a reported $105 million.

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Charlie Sifford, 'Jackie Robinson of Golf,' Dies at 92

Sifford broke down PGA's color line in 1960.

Are Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn Planning to Tie the Knot?

The athletes will reportedly marry on Valentine's Day.

This Day in Black History: Nov. 10, 1957

Charlie Sifford was the first African-American to win a major professional golf tournament on Nov. 10, 1957.

When Athletes Lose Endorsements

Nike puts a freeze on their deal with Adrian Peterson.

Commentary: Tiger Woods Isn’t the Tiger Woods of Six Years Ago

Once the greatest in the game, he’s now just another hacker in a sport that needs a star like him.

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A-list relationships that ended over infidelity.
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