A Special Father And Son Relationship

Tiger Woods Tears Up Upon Hearing His Father’s Letter | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN

The Masters Golf Tournament will take place in Augusta, Georgia this week. One of the favorites of many golfers and fans is Tiger Woods. Consider the positive effect that Earl Woods, Tiger’s father, has had on his son. By the way, Tiger has won the Masters Golf Tournament four times, having him tied with Arnold Palmer, with only Jack Nicklaus having more Masters wins, with six green jackets to his credit. Tiger has eighty total PGA wins, with only Sam Snead’s eighty-two career wins ahead of him. Consider the effect that a special father and son relationship can have on their life, and on the lives of many others.

Tiger Woods At 2 Years Old

https://www.golf.com/tour-news/2018/03/13/masters-2018-how-many-masters-has-tiger-woods-won

https://www.thoughtco.com/tiger-woods-wins-1566352

God’s Word tells of the importance of parental guidance in the total lives of their children.

Deuteronomy 11:18-20 Living Bible (TLB)

18 So keep these commandments carefully in mind. Tie them to your hand to remind you to obey them, and tie them to your forehead between your eyes! 19 Teach them to your children. Talk about them when you are sitting at home, when you are out walking, at bedtime, and before breakfast! 20 Write them upon the doors of your houses and upon your gates,

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