Tiger Woods: Glory and pain

Updated 12:30 PM ET, Fri March 3, 2017

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Since turning professional over 20 years ago, Tiger Woods has become a global sporting icon.
A record-breaking win at the 1997 Masters marked the start of an ascent to golf's summit, a rise that has included 14 major triumphs and estimated career earnings in excess of $1 billion.
But the glory has been accompanied by pain. In recent years, the now 41-year-old's body has shown signs of wear and tear. A series of debilitating injuries, most recently to his back, have led to a three-year spell without a PGA Tour win and a fall down the world rankings. But is his decline reversible?
CNN's Living Golf was granted exclusive access to one of the planet's most recognizable athletes during a recent trip to Dubai. Ahead of the premiere of "Four Days with Tiger" -- watch the full show here -- we charted Woods' rise and fall.

Taking Its Toll