Tiger Woods can bench press 315 pounds, as of 2010. A fitness trainer notes that Woods' workout resembles one for an NFL player and that he is very strong for his size. However, in a 2007 interview, Woods stated that at that time he did not do bench presses and did not work his chest often.Know More
Woods is among the most successful golfers in history and has broken many records. As of 2014, he is one of the highest-earning athletes in the world. He began his professional career in 1996. In 1997, he won the Masters by 12 strokes and took home $486,000. He also reached a top world ranking in 1997.
During the 2000s, Woods had a major impact on the sport of golf and was typically the top player in the world. During 2009 and 2010, he was embroiled in a scandal in which he admitted infidelity with a number of women. His game appeared to suffer, and his ranking fell to number 58 as of 2011. He won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2013 and regained his top ranking through May 2014.
He has broken many records, including being the number-one player for the most weeks in a row. He has won PGA Player of the Year 11 times and has won the most money of any professional player in 10 seasons.Learn more about Athletes
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