Earl Woods is turning the boyhood home of his son Tiger into a historical monument "to preserve what Tiger has accomplished for history" (SCORECARD, March 3)? How pretentious. While Tiger has won a couple of tournaments, he has yet to win a major. With all the good that he is bringing to the young black community, this action will cause unnecessary dissension and criticism. I don't mean to downgrade Tiger professionally or personally. I just want him to keep his head on straight so that someday he will warrant a museum.
BRENT G. WOLMER, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
The Lincoln bedroom at the White House is a bit over my budget, but maybe I could sleep in Tiger's California bedroom for, say, $10,000?
RICHARD TOBIAS, Rochester, N. Y.