A Timeless Collection Of One Of Golf's Greatest! Tiger's breathtaking athleticism, superb technique, and grace under pressure are chronicled with commentary and photographs. Tiger Woods in Black & White Classic Photos Book features: Heavily illustrated with more than 100 never before published photos Magnificent commentary by Johnny Miller Includes essays contributed by some of the world's most recognized sportswriters Photographer Jules Alexander gives you the opportunity to study and admire this legendary golfer Captures the essence of Tiger, in classic black and white print Essays written by recognized sportswriters: Jim Nantz, James Dodson, Lorne Rubenstein, Damon Hack and Dave Anderson Hardcover book has 128 pages Dimensions: 141/4" x 11" About the Author: Jules Alexander began taking photographs at age twelve. By the time he was fifteen, he was shooting musicians like Benny Goodman, Frank Sinatra, and Duke Ellington for Down Beat magazine. After serving as an aerial reconnaissance photographer in the South Pacific during World War II, Alexander returned to New York where he became a top advertising, fashion and editorial photographer. A Great Addition To Any Library!