Tiger Woods joined the PGA Tour a staggering 21 years ago this week when competing in the Greater Milwaukee Open.
Woods, who has since gone on to win 14 major titles and 79 PGA Tour titles, made his professional debut in 1996 at Brown Deer just four days after winning his third consecutive U.S. Amateur title.
At age 20, Woods made the cut at the Greater Milwaukee Open and tied for 60th place, earning a modest $2,544 in the process.
The rest as they say is history.
Watch Tiger's first press conference as a professional, where he begins with "Well, hello world"...