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Scholar Voices: My Summer Internship with the Los Angeles Rams

This past summer, I was granted the opportunity to work as an intern in the athletic training department for the Los Angeles Rams. This opportunity was beyond phenomenal because when I was a child the game of football and the way the players would move with such grace and body control always intrigued me. The thought of working alongside professional athletic trainers, doctors and high-caliber athletes gave me another reason to be enthusiastic about summer.

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Hero MotoCorp Extends Title Sponsorship of the Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods to host 2018 Hero World Challenge at Albany, Bahamas, Nov. 29 – Dec. 2

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Tiger Finishes Tied for 6th at the BMW Championship

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – Another goal realized for Tiger Woods. No, he didn’t post his 80th PGA Tour victory on Monday in the rain-extended BMW Championship at grey and soggy Aronimink Golf Club. But his final-round 5-under-par 65 clinched a berth in the Tour Championship for the first time since 2013. Woods tied for sixth […]

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BMW Championship’s Sunday Round Was Suspended Due to Heavy Rain

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – Sunday’s final round of BMW Championship was suspended due to heavy rain and could be shortened to 54 holes. More than three-inches of rain soaked Aronimink Golf Club during a 36-hour turning the course into a quagmire. PGA Tour officials were forced to call off play and hope to resume early […]

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TIger Tied for 11th After Round 3 of the BMW Championship

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – Getting the start he wanted, Tiger Woods riled up his big gallery by pouring in birdies on his first two holes Saturday to climb into a share of third place at the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club. Like the weather, he cooled off. Woods followed with 11 consecutive pars, narrowly […]

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Tiger Tied for 12th Heading Into the Weekend at the BMW Championship

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – Following up a low round is usually tough. That’s how it went for Tiger Woods on Friday on the second day of the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club. After fashioning an 8-under-par 62 on Thursday to grab a share of the lead, his lowest round since 2013, Woods could only […]

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Tiger Tied For the Lead at the BMW Championship

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – On Wednesday night, Tiger Woods made a big decision: he decided to return to his Scotty Cameron Newport 2 putter. It dates back to 1999 and has helped Woods claim 13 of his 14 major titles. Using his third different putter in as many weeks, Woods blazed an 8-under-par 62 on Thursday […]

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Tiger Woods Picked for the U.S. Ryder Cup Team

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. – After achieving one of his goals on Tuesday by being named to the U.S. Ryder Cup team for the eighth time, Tiger Woods chases another this week when he tries to advance to the Tour Championship. Woods had already been named a vice-captain for the American side by captain Jim Furyk. […]

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TGR Foundation welcomes Janine Ingram, expands development efforts

With a long-term vision for significant growth, TGR Foundation, A Tiger Woods Charity, recently expanded its executive leadership team welcoming Janine Ingram, Vice President of Donor Partnerships. Ingram joins the foundation with more than 25 years of business development and donor relations experience in the nonprofit sector and has raised more than $88 million throughout her career.

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Woods Finishes the Dell Technologies Championship at Even Par

NORTON, Mass. – Unable to maximize his good ball-striking, Tiger Woods closed with an even-par 71 on Monday and tied for 24th in the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston. Competing for the fourth time in five weeks, a frustrated Woods was held back once again by near-misses and lip-outs on the speedy greens. Using […]

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Woods Tied for 16th After Round 3 of the Dell Technologies Championship

NORTON, Mass. – Tiger Woods has been a fan of Bryson DeChambeau since he joined the PGA Tour in 2016. He is intrigued by DeChambeau’s mental approach, unconventional methods and work ethic, traits that helped make Woods the best player of his generation. They have played multiple practice rounds this year, chatting continuously about equipment […]

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Tiger Shoots 5-Under-Par 66 in Round 2 of the Dell Technologies Championship

NORTON, Mass. – It was only the second round, but Saturdays keep bringing out the best in Tiger Woods. Entering the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston, he ranked second on the PGA Tour in third round scoring average at 68.38. The Friday start-Monday finish didn’t throw him off, as Woods carved out a bogey-free […]

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Woods Shoots 1-Over-Par 72 in Round 1 at the Dell Technologies Championship

NORTON, Mass. – Tiger Woods carded a 1-over-par 72 on Friday in the first round of the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston. Playing in the tournament for the first time since 2013, he finished with three birdies and four bogeys and is tied for 57th. Justin Rose leads the second of four FedExCup playoff […]

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Woods Arrives for the Dell Technologies Championship

NORTON, Mass. – No matter what happens going forward, 2018 will always be memorable for Tiger Woods. Preparing for the Dell Technologies Championship on Thursday, the second of four FedExCup playoff events, the 42-year reflected on how far he has come. Starting the season with zero expectations after spinal fusion surgery in April of 2017, […]

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Tiger Jam Continues to Make an Impact

We have come a long way since our first Tiger Jam, both as an event and as a foundation. We have had 20 GRAMMY-Award winning artists perform, several incredible poker champions, and welcomed countless celebrities and athletes to the event. Most importantly, this event has raised more than $20 million in support of TGR Foundation […]

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STEM Studio participants soar through STEM using drones

We’ve seen those breathtaking videos of natural landscapes, watched synchronized LED light performances at the Super Bowl, or even read about commercial drone package delivery. Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have served their initial purpose of military reconnaissance and supported developments in agriculture, photography and film, and even search and rescue operations. They’ve recently made their way into education, and it becomes important for our educators to examine the opportunities and precautions when implementing lessons involving new technology. This year, TGR EDU: Create introduced drone workshops during our STEM Studio professional development trainings for educators that focused on promoting computer science concepts and how STEM thinking has contributed to the current application of drones.

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Tiger Finishes Tied for 40th at The Northern Trust

PARAMUS, N.J. – Never mind the finish, Tiger Woods had many reasons to feel good about his performance this week at The Northern Trust. This marked Woods’ first appearance in the FedEx Cup playoffs since 2013. In April of 2017, he ranked No. 656 in the Official World Golf Ranking. He started this week at […]

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Tiger Tied for 49th After Round 3 At The Northern Trust

PARAMUS, N.J. – Posting his first clean card of the year, Tiger Woods tallied three birdies and notched a 3-under-par 68 on Saturday in the third round of the Northern Trust Open at Ridgewood Country Club. The last time he recorded a bogey-free outing was in final round of the 2015 Greenbriar Classic, a stretch […]

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Tiger Continues At Even Par After Round 2 of The Northern Trust

PARAMUS, N.J. – For the first time since 2006, Tiger Woods started a round by hitting 14 consecutive greens in regulation. Unfortunately, his putter didn’t cooperate. Playing in the second round of The Northern Trust at Ridgewood Country Club on Friday, Woods found 16 of 18 greens, but finished with 35 putts, shooting an even-par […]

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Summer socials connect Earl Woods Scholars and mentors

This summer, the Earl Woods Scholar Program held its annual summer socials and mentor orientations in Anaheim, Boston and Washington, D.C. While a virtual introduction had been exchanged between the new mentors and their scholars, the summer socials and orientations are the first in-person meetings for the pairs.

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