White Tiger (1996 film), a 1996 film directed by Richard Martin; White Tiger, a 2012 Russian WWII film; The White Tiger, a 2021 Netflix film; Grambling's White Tiger, a US TV movie made in 1981, released as White Tiger in Europe; Literature. The White Tiger (Nathan novel), a 1987 novel by Robert Stuart Nathan
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is a sports video game developed by EA Tiburon and published by EA Sports for PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360. Features. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 features the Ryder Cup tournament for the first time in the game franchise's history. The game also features for the first time a 24 player online multiplayer mode allowing game ...
A tiger cruise is an American naval voyage that allows civilians to accompany a sea-going Navy vessel. The voyage allows friends and family of deployed sailors and Marines to spend time aboard a sea-going vessel to learn about the ship's day-to-day operations. Civilians are sponsored by a Navy sailor or marine, who accompanies them on the cruise.
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 received "mixed or average" and "generally favorable" reviews, according to review aggregator Metacritic.. Digital Spy gave the PlayStation 3 version a score of four stars out of five and called it "a very good golf game, which clearly improves on last year's effort without drastically altering the experience.
A tiger team was crucial to the Apollo 13 lunar landing mission in 1970. During the mission, part of the Apollo 13 Service Module malfunctioned and exploded.  A team of specialists was formed to address the resulting problems and bring the astronauts back to Earth safely, led by NASA Flight and Mission Operations Director Gene Kranz . 
The Lady or the Tiger is a one-act play adapted from Stockton's short story and published by Lazy Bee Scripts in 2010.  "The Purr-fect Crime", Season 1, Episode 19 of the U.S. television series Batman ends with a cliffhanger in which Catwoman has Batman locked in a room with two doors; one of which opens to her, and the other opens to a tiger.
Save the Tiger is a 1973 American drama film about moral conflict in contemporary America directed by John G. Avildsen, and starring Jack Lemmon, Jack Gilford, Laurie Heineman, Thayer David, Lara Parker, and Liv Lindeland. The screenplay was adapted by Steve Shagan from his 1972 novel of the same title.