February 27, 1992: A 16-year-old Tiger Woods became the youngest PGA golfer in 35 years.

In his first PGA Tour event, the Nissan Los Angeles Open, Woods missed the 36-hole cut. But four years later he would become a professional golfer.

In 1994, at the TPC at Sawgrass in Florida, he became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur Championship, a record he held until 2008 when it was broken by Danny Lee.

Take a look at his swing from his amateur days:

Since then, Tiger has won 14 majors, 79 PGA Tour events since.

Here's to you Tiger Woods and the day you played on the PGA Tour for the first time ... at 16.

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