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The 44-year-old, who is among the greatest golfers of all time, has won a remarkable 15 major championships in his career to date. But off the course, Woods has been involved in numerous high-profile controversies.
And now, after 20+ years in the limelight, his remarkable life will be told in a two-part, four-hour documentary on US TV network HBO.
"I can tell you that it's scheduled to come out in the fall [autumn]." he told the Burst Your Bubble podcast.
"Don't be surprised if it airs right around the Masters in November. If you are HBO, that's the smartest and best place to do it.
"I can tell you this, I have seen it now several times, including this morning when I watched the final two hours. It's a fabulous job."
He also claimed that a number of important figures in Woods' life will appear in the episodes, including Nick Faldo.
Documentaries keep coming in... next up Tiger Woods docuseries on HBO. It will consist of two episodes that are two hours long each. :golfer:️♂️:golf: pic.twitter.com/OTDqA6BfDS
- Shyam R (@shyam_fanalyst) May 28, 2020
Sky are also releasing their own Tiger Woods documentary this week.
Using never-seen-before footage and a host of exclusive interviews, they follow the golf champion during the 2017/18 season, as he underwent life-threatening surgery on his back and scored his first PGA TOUR win in five years.
Take a look at the trailer below. It looks pretty special.
Two days to go! :hourglass::tiger2:
Tiger Woods: Back, a special new documentary, premiers on June 5 at 9pm on #SkyDocumentaries. pic.twitter.com/ycOxBTcOuR
- Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) June 3, 2020
Will you be tuning into a new Tiger Woods documentary?
Let us know in the comments below. We are excited for sure!
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