- There was a lot riding on Tiger Woods’ recent Masters victory. Not only did the golf legend complete a long road back to winning a major, he helped a Texas man win a bet with his pregnant wife.
Trey Little and his pregnant wife, Denise Coleman, signed a contract prior to The Masters that said if Tiger won the major, then he could name their son Tiger.
Via NY Post:
“On hole 18, we realized, ‘Wow, he’s really going to pull this thing off,” Trey Little, 25, tells The Post of Woods’ victory Sunday at the Augusta National.
The Dallas couple was so excited about Woods’ big win, it wasn’t until an hour or so later that they realized they would be having a “baby Tiger,” Trey, a lifelong golf fanatic, says.
“This whole thing started almost as a joke, then it turned into something really real, really quick.”
Trey has been gunning for the name Tiger ever since his wife, Denise, 39, found out she’d be having a boy, due this September: “We both wanted a unique name, and I’ve always been a huge golf fan,” he says.
They might want to really consider naming their son Tiger. Sure it’s a cool name and he’s a great golfer, but what happens when the kid gets older and Googles the man he is named after?
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