Tiger Woods is one of America's most awe-inspiring icons. He's been world-famous for decades and his story has many chapters: a phenom's rise, a shocking fall from grace, and debatably the greatest sports comeback of all time. But few people have really gotten to know Tiger Woods - it's been largely left to the media to define who he is. On this season of All-American, Jordan Bell and journalist Albert Chen revisit Tiger's journey to find out what the media got right, and what it didn't.
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Meet the reporter who gets close with teenage Tiger Woods. But will his access remain the same after Tiger's legendary 1997 Masters performance?28 days ago
Two magazine cover stories about Tiger Woods change the golf rookie's relationship with the media— forever.about 1 month ago
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