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From the Archives: Tiger Woods Shares 3 Keys to Success at 1990 Junior PGA Championship

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Tiger Woods putts the ball during a tournament. Ken Levine / Allsport

The golf world is buzzing this week with Tiger Woods and his 11-year old son Charlie participating in the PNC Championship.
Long before Charlie garnering all the attention on the range, a young Tiger Woods was taking the amateur circuit by charge. Woods played in the 1990 Junior PGA Championship at just 14 years old and finished runner up.
Woods was also wise beyond his years, crediting three key areas to success that we're sure Charlie can relate to.
"Hard work, practice, and natural ability from my dad," the elder Woods said in a post-tournament interview at the event in ’90.