Tiger Woods: The Grandest Slam
Tiger Woods has become more than just an athletic marvel; he has become a pop culture sensation. Tiger has raised the game of golf itself to an ... Show synopsis Tiger Woods has become more than just an athletic marvel; he has become a pop culture sensation. Tiger has raised the game of golf itself to an unprecedented level of public interest. The golf superstar at age 25 has continued to shatter both records and expectations with no visible end to his dominance in sight. In 2000, he became the youngest professional golfer to complete golf's Career Grand Slam by winning The Masters Tournament, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the PGA Championship, a feat only accomplished by four other golf legends. The dramatic story of this historic occasion, and his continued victory and the 2001 Masters Tournament are chronicled in full detail in Tiger Woods: The Grandest Slam. Tiger Woods has proven himself a sports hero of gigantic proportions, and with his many endorsement deals and his active work with children, Tiger has achieved a celebrity status outside of his sport. The Grandest Slam also examines the industry of "Tigermania", and the effect it has had on commerce, society, and sport. Having already accomplished so much at such a young age, he can only leave audiences wondering what he will do next.