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TGR Foundation selected to strengthen national K-16 STEM education, outreach

TGR Foundation is excited to announce a partnership with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to drive forward its mission to encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The Department of Defense’s recently-launched Defense STEM Education Consortium (DSEC) will strengthen kindergarten through college STEM education and outreach programs across the United States.

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New TGR EDU: Explore lesson introduces biotechnology through Zika Virus studies

TGR Foundation has been busy since the start of the new year developing fresh content for educators across the country to use in their classrooms. One of our newest TGR EDU: Explore resources, Beating Mosquitoes at Their Own Game, introduces high school students to the exciting field of biotechnology.

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Earl Woods Scholar Desiree Sim sets her sights on life after college

This Memorial weekend, TGR Live will host its 21st Tiger Jam, an exclusive two-day charity event at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Like all TGR Live events, Tiger Jam’s overarching purpose is and always has been to raise awareness and support for the students and scholars TGR Foundation serves around the world. Highlighting the […]

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Tiger Gets Frustrated When Putts Don’t Fall, But All is Not Lost at Players

Steve DiMeglio author for Golfweek PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Tiger Woods bounced out of his courtesy car in good spirits Monday, the sun at his troublesome back, some hop in his step. The pain in his neck that forced a withdrawal from the Arnold Palmer Invitational a week earlier was gone. Ahead was The […]

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Woods Gets a Big Laugh at No. 17 Saturday at The Players

Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – This time around, Tiger Woods was laughing after his trip to the island green at TPC Sawgrass. A day after he was seething on the par-3 17th after making a quadruple-bogey 7 by dunking two balls into the water surrounding the green, Woods was giggling […]

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Woods Takes His Lumps, But Players Championship Hopes Aren’t Dead Yet

Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – There were no signs of trouble when Tiger Woods looped around the 16th green en route to the 17th tee box Friday morning at TPC Sawgrass. He had just made another birdie to get to 5-under overall, two shots off the lead. The sun was […]

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Tiger Catches Fire Late, Shoots 2-under 70 Thursday at Players Championship

Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Playing a week after he withdrew from the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a neck strain, Tiger Woods was taking it on the chin from a brute called the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course in Thursday’s first round of The Players Championship. Woods withstood an early barrage, […]

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What Tiger Woods Had to Say Tuesday Before The Players Championship

By: Bill Speros, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods spoke to the media Tuesday ahead of The Players Championship. Woods missed the Arnold Palmer Invitational last week due to a neck strain. Woods played a nine-hole practice round Tuesday morning. “I feel good, man,” Woods said Monday when he arrived Monday at TPC Sawgrass. Woods spent nearly three […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month, Regina Honu

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re proud to honor female pioneers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) who have paved the way for other women to learn, grow and lead in tomorrow’s workforce.

Recognizing the importance of quality STEM education and gaps in underrepresented communities, we recently expanded our programs to reach students and educators around the world. Regina Honu was one of many educators from 11 countries who joined us for our inaugural International STEM Studio last summer.

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Tiger Woods shares the ‘why’ behind Tiger Jam

When you hear ‘Tiger Jam’ you think of Vegas, golf, music, or poker. For good reason, because for 20 years Tiger Jam has entertained guests with incredible golf exhibitions at Vegas’s top courses, gathered the best poker players in the world for Tiger’s Poker Night presented by the World Poker Tour and hosted incredible musical […]

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Scholar Voices: My Andean Journey through Cusco, The Inca and Peru

The summer of sophomore year can be a very difficult time in the life of the average college student. Between choosing a discipline and finding a career, there is an overwhelming amount of pressure on the student to find a project that will help them further their professional goals. For many, summer plans usually involve taking on internships, doing research or enrolling in summer courses while others decide to work or take trips around the world. During the summer of my sophomore year at the University of California, Berkeley, I had the privileges of doing a little bit of both. Through my Anthropology class, I spent several weeks exploring, working in and experiencing the breathtaking beauty that is Peru.

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Tiger Closes with 2-Under 69 in Final Round of WGC-Mexico Championship

Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods played another clean round with no help from the putter Sunday in the final round of the WGC-Mexico Championship. Woods shot 2-under 69 at Club de Golf Chapultepec and appeared in total control tee-to-green. From there it was another adventurous day as Woods struggled on the greens and […]

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Woods Tied For 9th Heading Into Sunday at the WGC-Mexico Championship

Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek MEXICO CITY – Tiger Woods was five shots out of first place as he stood in the middle of the par-5 15th hole at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Saturday’s third round of the World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship. With 251 yards between him and the flagstick, with a 5-iron in […]

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Tiger Woods Catches Fire with 5-Under 66 Friday at WGC-Mexico

Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek MEXICO CITY – Throughout his career, Tiger Woods has called upon one trait that has proven as essential to his success as any golf club he’s ever placed in his staff bag. Whether dealing with an injury, slump, deficit and now his two children, Woods rarely loses control or feels […]

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Tiger Woods Shoots Even-Par 71 to Begin WGC-Mexico Championship

Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek MEXICO CITY – It was like De Niro messing up his lines. Adele singing off key. LeBron missing a dunk. How else was one to feel when Tiger Woods, who was introduced on the first tee as “Tiger, Tiger, Tiger Woods,” to a roaring crowd of admirers on a stage known as […]

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Tiger Woods Speaks Wednesday before the WGC-Mexico Championship

Bill Speros, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods spoke Wednesday prior to the WGC-Mexico Championship at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City. Here are some of the highlights: On playing the course for the first time “It was a lot tighter than I had thought. The ball was traveling obviously a long way. Some of […]

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Tiger Shoots 1-over 72 to Finish ‘War of Attrition’ Sunday at Genesis Open

Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods has plenty to feel good about leaving the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club. He just didn’t have the finish he was looking for. Woods charged up the leaderboard with a 6-under 65 in Round 3, which began Saturday night and included a dizzying stretch of three birdies […]

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Tiger Woods Lights Up Round 3 with Crazy Four-Hole Stretch at Riviera

Eamon Lynch, author for Golfweek PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Riviera Country Club is 10 miles west of Hollywood, but the giddy cheers echoing around the course Saturday evening were of a volume more typical of a Kardashian sighting than a sedate golf tournament. That’s what happens when golf’s biggest superstar creates thrilling drama for fans […]

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Woods Finds Footing at Riviera, Enters Final Round at 7-under

Bill Speros, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods finally warmed up to Riviera Country Club in the third round of the 2019 Genesis Open. He shot a 6-under 65 over Saturday and Sunday to climb the leaderboard and enter the final round of play T-12 at 7-under. Woods got into a late groove Saturday and held […]

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Tiger Woods Shoots 1-under 70 with Shaky Putter in Round 1 of Genesis Open

Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods shot 1-under 70 to begin a marathon session Friday in Round 1 of the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club. Woods made five birdies with four bogeys and had less than an hour to regroup before beginning his second round at 5:02 p.m. ET. He was T-52 overall […]

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