A father’s life lessons may not all have been instructive, or positive, for Tiger Woods: Bill Livingston

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The biggest story in sports today is about a father and his son. It is a fascinating tale, full of angles and tangles.

Earl Woods died in 2006, but Tiger Woods is still reaping what his father sowed.
Although Tiger has two-half brothers and a half-sister from Earl’s first marriage, he was raised as an only child by his mother, Kultida, and Earl, with all the implications that holds as the family’s Little Prince. Earl occasionally coached his granddaughter from his first marriage, Wake Forest golfer Cheyenne Woods, but the real object of his laser focus was Tiger.