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Tiger Woods: In Black and White Hardcover – 1 Nov 2008

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Tiger Woods is not only one of the world's most recognised sportsmen, but a leading exemplar of excellence. His breathtaking athleticism, superb technique, grace under pressure, and the sheer scope of his ever-expanding record have combined to make him widely regarded as the greatest golfer of all time. Like other physical geniuses, his very movement commands our attention. But the man remains a largely mysterious figure giving very little of himself away. This enigmatic nature has only served to increase the public fascination. It takes a penetrating and discerning eye to see into and illuminate such a wilfully obscure window. But Jules Alexander's photography has done just that.

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HASH(0x9109493c) out of 5 stars A uniquely fascinating photographic study of Tiger Woods 5 Aug. 2009
By Phillip Simon - Published on Amazon.com
Since I am a zealous Tiger Woods fan and an amatuer photographer, this book really appeals to me. This oversized book contains some really great studies of this complex individual. It probes his personality and shows several of his "sides" including the patented focus stare and the little boy smile. The commentary intersprused through the photos is also very interesting and adds to the appeal of the book. I would certainly recommend it as an excellent case study.
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