Charity work spurs on Woods. Tiger Woods hopes he will be best remembered for his contribution to society rather than for his golfing success.
Woods, 31, has won virtually every major honour in the sport, but wants to leave a legacy that is not just about his achievements on the fairway.
As far as my tombstone is concerned, hopefully it will read more of what I am trying to do for kids. That would be so much more ultimate than winning any golf tournament.he said.
I seriously doubt that he’ll achieve this wish, that is, being remembered more for charity than his golf. But, if that turns out to be impossible, at least reaching for it will enable him to help a whole lot of people.