Tiger Woods’ agent slammed a new documentary, which aired on HBO and HBO Max on Sunday night.
“Tiger” set out to elaborate on the relationship between the legendary golfer and his father and the rise and fall of his career. Woods’ documentary was not interviewed, but the film features former caddy Steve Williams, Nick Faldo, biographer Pete McDaniel and Woods’ mistress Rachel Ujitel.
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Woods agent Mark Steinberg told the golf world on Saturday night: “Like this book, the upcoming HBO documentary is just another unauthorized and obscene outsider attempt to portray the history of An incomplete portrait of one of the greatest athletes.”
Steinberg mentioned the book “Tiger”, a biography written by Armen Keteyian and Jeff Benedict. Keteyian is the executive producer of the documentary series.
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Woods has not discussed the documentary publicly.
Since critics started watching the documentary last week, they received different reviews.
Woods is one of the most exciting golfers of all time. He broke through, and his competitiveness attracted the attention of a generation from the late 1990s to the 2000s and 2010s.
Woods was the first black golfer to win the American Masters at the Augusta National in 1997. Since then, he has won 14 major championships, and is the most golfer ever, second only to Jack Nicklaus.
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Beginning on June 15, 1997, he became the world’s number one golfer for 683 consecutive weeks and was the 11th PGA Player of the Year. President Trump awarded Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2019.