The Advice That Helped Tiger Woods Cope with the "Fame Machine"

Aired on 05/05/1998 | CC
Tiger Woods was only 21 years old by the time he won his first major PGA tournament, the 61st Masters Tournament. He became a household name, a rapid rise to fame that created new challenges for a professional athlete who'd just turned the legal drinking age in the United States.

Who did Tiger look to for advice? In a clip from his 1998 interview with Oprah, Tiger reveals that hanging out with NBA stars Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley helped him cope with his newfound notoriety.