September 2007
Tiger Woods;2007, p64
The article offers information on Jim Gallagher, author of the book "Tiger Woods, 2007." Jim Gallagher is the author of more than two dozen books for young adults. He is currently residing in Stockton, New Jersey, with his wife, LaNelle, and their two sons, Dillon and Donald.


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