Golfer Tiger Woods won 15 major titles
Presidential Medal of Freedom America's highest civilian honor
Washington. President Donald Trump honored 15 times Major title golfer Tiger Woods in Washington Woods was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom. This is America's highest civilian honor. Woods had won the Augusta Masters last month while returning to golf. Trump said that he was impressed with Woods's insistence on winning. This was Woods's fifth Masters title, which he won after 10 years intervals.
A respect ceremony was held at the Rose Garden of White House in Washington. Woods, 43, living in California, are number two in the world in terms of winning the most major tournament. During this, Trump said, "Your great achievements in the golf course, your victory over physical difficulties and your relentless willpower of winning – these qualities give a sense to American feeling."
The fourth golfer to win this award is Woods
Woods was awarded this medal for his outstanding contributions to golf. Woods of America is the only fourth golfer to receive this award. Prior to this, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Charlie Seyfard have received this award. In 1963, the then President John F. Kennedy started this honor.