Skratch TV is Celebrating 20 Years of Tiger Woods With Award-Winning Videos

Tiger Woods professional career turned 20 years old this week and Skratch TV is celebrating with the best club twirl, and fist pump montage videos on the internet.

It was August 28th of 1996 when Tiger Woods entered his first PGA Tour event at the Greater Milwaukee Open. Twenty years later we’re able to reflect on some of the best characteristics from his career with these montages.

Tiger’s Club Twirl

The beauty of the club twirl. It defines a confident shot and Tiger had this one down after almost every swing during his reign of excellence. Most times the broadcast didn’t even need to show where it landed; we all knew it was dead center in the fairway, or nestled nicely next to the cup.

Tiger’s Fist Pump

Usually reserved for final rounds and a way to let the crowd know the tournament was his. Every dominant athlete has a signature finishing move and Tiger’s was the fist pump. Nobody could do it quite like him.

BONUS: Curtis Strange Looks Like a Fool

Strange’s attitude during the interview was why golf was at a low point before Tiger hit the scene. The players at the time felt that the youngsters had to wait their turn and didn’t have what it takes to win as a rookie. Tiger didn’t care, he was there to do one thing: win.

Thanks to Skratch TV for reminding us that Tiger Woods was, and still is, awesome to watch.

Daniel Knowles

Daniel is Pro Golf Weekly's Content Marketing Manager.

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