Earl Woods dies from cancer

mulligan, 03 May 2006, Comments Off on Earl Woods dies from cancer
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More here. There was a lot to admire about Earl Woods. His nurturing (with wife Katilda) of young Tiger, from age of 2, to blossom into the golfer — and person — that he is today is a gift that Mr. Woods has left to us all. Not a bad legacy to leave.

No words better describe Earl Woods’ life than the ones he wrote in his autobiography: “My whole life is about being positive. It’s about dreaming, and then taking steps in your life to achieve those dreams. It is about overcoming obstacles and stereotypes, such as bigotry and prejudice. Life is about giving and about sharing and caring for others, standing up and being counted for what you believe in, being a spokesperson and a role model, and being an inspiration.”

More tributes
SI’s Gary Van Sickle
Golf Digest’s Tom Callahan
Golf Digest’s Pete McDaniel
Golf World’s Ron Sirak
The Orange County Register’s Curtis Zupke

Golf Digest’s 2004 interview


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