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6 Reasons Tiger Woods Should Run for President

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Tiger Woods of the United States walks off the 18th green after the completion of the pro-am for the Hero World Challenge at Albany, The Bahamas on November 30, 2016 in Nassau, Bahamas. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

By    |   Friday, 02 Dec 2016 01:20 PM

Tiger Woods for president? It’s not so farfetched. Who would have thought a Hollywood actor or a real estate developer billionaire would become president? Tiger is loved by millions of Americans.

He’s been in the public eye since he was a child because of his amazing golfing skills.

He’s had to handle early success, winning the U.S. Masters at age 21. During his golfing career, he faced many personal challenges that forced him to deal with the public and regain the approval of his fans.

These attributes display leadership abilities.

Here are six reasons Tiger Woods should run for president:

1. He loves the military — Tiger’s father named him Eldrick, his real name, after a friend in the U.S. Army, a South Vietnamese colonel, whom he served with in Vietnam. Tiger has always been interested in the military, and he even joined recruits in exercises for Navy SEAL training. He said he would have been one of them if he hadn’t pursued a golfing career, according to Breitbart.

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2. He’s smart — After success on his high school golf team in Anaheim, California, Tiger received a golf scholarship to Stanford University, according to EDU in Review. He majored in economics, but left Stanford after two years when he became a professional golfer and won the U.S. Masters a year later.

3. There’s life after golf — Ronald Reagan ran for governor following his Hollywood career and Donald Trump ran for president after his major business successes. Tiger became one of the greatest golfers on the pro tour in history, named the PGA Player of the Year 10 times within 12 years. His time is ripe for politics.

4. He’s reached the right age — At age 40, Tiger appeals to young people and millennials. Almost 50 percent of millennials come from households whose mother tongue is not English. Tiger is no different — his mom is from Thailand. He has plenty of time to plan for campaigning, testing his influence on voters. He could even run for a different political office before trying a presidential run. Governor of California or Florida?

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5. Tiger knows how to come back — He returned to the green following knee surgery that left him unable to play for much of 2008. He faced well-publicized problems after marriage infidelity in 2009. It took some time, but he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2012 and won five tournaments in 2013. As Donald Trump once said, “Tiger is a winner and will always be a winner.”

6. He has leadership skills — Tiger founded the Tiger Woods Foundation to help kids succeed. The foundation provides children with programs to improve their skills and knowledge.

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