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If you're talking about Tiger Woods, it's 17 that they had played.


7 tournaments on the PGA Tour 1 tournament on the European Tour 8 total tournaments worldwide



The event Tiger Woods played after The Masters was the Quail Hollow Championship 2009.


NO, tiger woods is a famous actor, your thinking of jack black stupid


In 2006 he played 15 events and made 14 cuts.


It costs $100 to enter a PGA tournament......no exceptions


Tiger Woods plays golf.


Yes, they are good friends and they have played in various pro-celeb tournaments and charity events.


Tiger Woods plays professional golf.


Between 2007 and 2009 he was earning $110 million a year from tournaments and endorsements. In 2010, because of his scandal it will be significantly less. Mainly because he doesn't play as much and he has lost some sponsors.


No, Tiger Woods did not play the 2011 Memorial.


29th July- 2nd August he is playing in the Buick Open 2009.


He taught Tiger Woods when he was just 9 months old to play golf


Around $110 million for the last three years, it will be significantly less in 2010 as he will play less tournaments and has lost big sponsors.


the best thing tiger woods did is help the kids play golf


By clicking on tiger woods balls and play in bed with him


Yes, you can get the Tiger Woods game on PC, but you may need a wireless mouse for swinging.


This is one of the Fed-Ex Cup playoff events, it is very very likely that Tiger Woods will play this event.


"How I Play Golf" was the title of Tiger Woods book.


Due to the exemptions Tiger Woods has earned through his career he has the luxury of being able to choose which events he plays. He always plays the 4 majors, the WGC events, The Players Championship and those events which he is tied to by his sponsors. He would usually play around a maximum of 15 events a year.


No, Tiger did not play football for Texas Tech. But he did play golf at Stanford.


He was 3 when he started to play


Jack Nicklaus and his father Earl Woods.


Yes, some of the big names are paid appearance fees. Tiger Woods was paid around $3 million to play an event in Australia. Tiger Woods is obviously a special case, but players like McIlroy, Els, Mickelson etc etc would get tens if not hundreds of thousands of pounds to play certain events.