A revealing HBO documentary about legendary golfer Tiger Woods is out now - and we can tell you all the ways to watch Tiger online in 2021. The star's former mistress, Rachel Uchitel, is among those to speak publicly about the iconic sportsman for the very first time in this two-part series. Read on as we explain how to watch the Tiger Woods documentary online and stream part 1 and part 2 of HBO's Tiger wherever you are in the world today.
It's out now on HBO Max and select global partner services featuring a treasure trove of rare and previously unseen footage - and shedding new light on the most dominant and influential golfer to ever play the game.
Scratch that...on one of the world's all-time greatest athletes. But off the course, he's known for his carefully chosen words and a closely protected private life - leaving many people to wonder what the real Tiger Woods is like.
HBO's Tiger documentary doesn't solve the enigma. But it does give us a number of clues, suggesting that the more guarded aspects of his fascinating personality developed as a result of - perhaps even in spite of - being in the public eye from early childhood and permanently thrust into the spotlight after his historic first Masters win back in 1997.
Rachel Uchitel isn't the only insider to open up about life (and their relationship) with the global superstar, though. High school girlfriend Dina Para, longtime caddy Steve Williams, and fellow golf legend Sir Nick Faldo also feature prominently, with the new Tiger Woods documentary paying particular attention to Woods' famously close relationship with his father and golf mentor, Earl Woods Jr.
Specifically, how the proud Dad influenced his son's development not only on the golf course - but also helped him craft a very particular public image off of it. Follow our guide to watch the new Tiger Woods documentary online and stream both parts of HBO's Tiger series from all over the world now.
How to watch Tiger Woods documentary online: stream HBO's Tiger in the US
The new HBO Tiger Wood documentary is a two-part series that aired on linear TV in January 2021, episodes running 90-minutes each.
Repeats are likely, but HBO is a premium cable channel, so if you didn't have it as part of your TV package, then you'll need a subscription to its HBO Max service to access its vast library of content - including the new Tiger documentary.
It has a monthly price tag of $14.99, or you can save 20% on HBO Max with a 6-month deal - but only for a limited time. It's also the way to watch the Tiger Woods documentary on-demand, now both part 1 and 2 of the series have aired.
The service gets you a huge amount of quality content to stream live and on-demand – its back catalogue totalling over 10,000 hours. Exclusives are its biggest strength these day, as in addition to its new Tiger documentary landing, it's also the one and only place to watch Earwig and the Witch online.
How to watch Tiger Woods documentary: stream Tiger online in the UK
UK pay TV giant Sky now has the rights to HBO's Tiger and you'll find it part of the Sky Documentaries channel available on-demand either through their TV or by using the Sky Go app.
Subscribing to Sky is actually more affordable than you might think and there are some great Sky TV deals and packages around at the moment - but if a contract really isn't for you, you can also check out its Now TV streaming service, where you'll want the Entertainment Pass for Tiger.
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How to watch the Tiger Woods documentary online and stream in Canada
You can watch Tiger now and stream the full Tiger Woods documentary online in Canada today - thanks to Crave.
You can easily get Crave without cable. It offers a streaming service that costs CAD$19.98 combined (plus tax) for the Crave basic plan and HBO + Movies add-on you need to get all the latest shows from the US via HBO.
Better still, you get a FREE 7-day Crave trial to start out - and the services also provides access to an extensive on-demand catalogue, as well as offering apps so you can watch on most modern devices: smartphones, tablets, PCs, laptops, consoles, set-top boxes, streaming sticks, smart TVs and more are all covered.
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James is a technology journalist with nearly 10 years experience and currently Sports and TV Streaming Editor at Future, where he works across TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide. He is here to help you find the best ways to watch sports, TV shows and movies online. Previously, he was News and Features Editor at Trusted Reviews, Editor of Lifehacker UK, and Senior Staff Writer at ITProPortal.