Tiger Woods’ tattoos have been a way for him to express himself since the age of 15, and they are still one of the most recognizable parts of his personality.
His passion for tattooing and his interest in getting the most out of his body was on full display on Sunday, as the golfer was presented with a custom tattoo of the words “I am Tiger Woods”.
“I’m just trying to be me.
I’m not trying for attention, I’m just really happy with the tattoos,” Woods said, via ESPN.
“The word ‘I’ is a part of my identity, and I’m really proud of that.”
It is a fitting tribute to the golarder, who has played a starring role in the sport of golf, as well as being a global figure.
In addition to his iconic red-and-white tattoo, the 32-year-old is known for the “Tiger” name on his forearms.
Woods was born on January 5, 1986, in Largo, Florida.
The son of a retired Major League Baseball player and an ex-model, Woods grew up playing sports, often on his own.
Tiger Woods was born in Lambertsville, Florida, on January 6, 1986.
During his early days at the University of Florida, Woods was the first African American to play in the national championship game and he later won the Heisman Trophy as a quarterback at Florida.
The golfing legend has won five major championships and has been the No. 1 golfer in the world since his return to the sport in 2010.
He is the first Tiger to win a major championship at both the U.S. and Australian Open and the first to win the Australian Open at Oakmont.
He is currently the No 1 golarderer in the U, and is the second-most successful golfer of all time.
ESPN’s Darren Rovell and Adam Schefter contributed to this report.