took more than one course at Stanford University. He majored in and was sent to Stanford on a scholarship.
No, Tiger Woods left Stanford when he turned professional, this was before he completed his degree.
He began Stanford in 1994.
Tiger went to Stanford University
Tiger Woods completed two years of an Economic Degree at Stanford University
During his two years at Stanford University, Tiger Woods majored in Economics and maintained a 3.0 grade point average.
he went to Stanford university
Education: Attended Stanford University, 1994.
Tiger Woods attended college at Stanford University. It was here that he was named an All-American on a golf scholarship.
No. Tiger Woods left Stanford after two years to turn professional.
He enrolled in Stanford University in 1994 and majored in Economics.
Tiger woods went to Stanford University and majored in economics. He did not complete his degree and dropped out after two years to play golf professionally.
Tiger attended Stanford.
Tiger Woods went to college at Stanford University but left after two years to join the professional golf tour. In college, his studies were concentrated in Economics.
He attended Stanford University for 2 years, he left in 1996 to become a professional golfer.
Tiger Woods attended the Unversity of Stanford, on a golf scholarship. He majored in economics.
He went to college at Stanford University but only stayed for two years. He left to join the professional golf tour.
no because he was to ugly
Yes, Tiger Woods earned a golf scholarship to attend Stanford. He only attended for two years before deciding to go professional.
Although Tiger Woods attended Stanford University he didn't actually graduate. He began at Stanford in 1993 and played on their golf team for a couple of seasons and attained some high standards and honours. However in August 1996 he turned pro and left Stanford, therefore he does not hold any degree.
No he did at Stanford.
None, he never graduated Stanford.
Tiger Woods never graduated from Stanford.In his two years there, he majored in Economics and maintained a 3.0 grade point average. He dropped out to play professional golf.
Yes, he went to Stanford for 2 years.
He left Stanford in 1996 when he turned pro.
He went to Stanford from 1994-1996.