By now, you’ve probably heard about Tiger Woods’ “Animal Kingdom” memoir, “Wild,” which was released this week.
The book includes many stories from Woods’ childhood, including his own experience of being abducted and taken to the wild in captivity, as well as the lessons he learned from his parents and his mother.
Now, Woods has released another book to commemorate the book’s release, called “Tiger: The Complete Animal Kingdom.”
The book will be available for pre-order on Oct. 1 for $249.99.
It also comes at a time when animal rights advocates are rallying against the use of animals in science.
“Tigers Animal Kingdom” tells the story of how Tiger Woods overcame many challenges to reach the top of the golfing world, including being born without a tail and missing out on a chance to compete against Tiger Woods in a high-profile match at the 2007 U.S. Open.
The book also tells the complete story of Tiger Woods and his father, former pro golfer Carlos, and his relationship with Tiger Woods.
Carlos Woods said in a statement to Polygon that Tiger Woods will also be featured in the book, but declined to comment further on the book.
“Tiger is a person who’s never shied away from speaking his mind, so his new book will have more than just stories and quotes,” he said.
“The book is filled with all sorts of crazy stuff and fun moments.
He’s also very generous and willing to share his knowledge, so there’s plenty to learn and plenty of good stuff in there.”
It’s been a tough year for Tiger Woods, who has been forced to resign from the Masters and become a father to a child with Down syndrome.
He lost the PGA Tour Championship and a shot at the PBA World Tour championship this year.
Woods is expected to play in the PBC this weekend, as he is currently unavailable to play due to injury.