Final field is shaping up: Four more golfers added to TWCP’s final round
On Monday, Sept. 22, 55 guests gathered at Pelican Hill Golf Club in Newport Beach, California, to tee it up for friendly competition benefiting charity. In one of the final legs of the Tiger Woods Charity Playoffs, golfers played in hopes of carding the best scores of the day to compete in Tiger’s finals in Orlando, Florida.
With the shores of the Pacific Ocean in the background, golfers were treated to play the stunning Pelican Hill, a resort that routinely earns Forbes Five-Star ratings, and has been named the “No. 1 Resort in the United States.”
Take a peek into the day of a Tiger Woods Charity Playoff guest:
Welcome to the Tiger Woods Charity Playoffs.
First on the agenda, the driving range!
“Where you come from shouldn’t mean failure …” The Tiger Woods Charity Playoffs is about so much more than friendly competition.
Putting overlooking the Pacific.
Guests put their skills to the test looking to qualify for Tiger’s finals.
Look at that view!
Fresh off the course in time for lunch with friends.
With a score of 58, Kim Trowbridge and Harley Bjelland finished as the low-net winners of the event and earned their chance to play in the final round of the Tiger Woods Charity Playoffs. Joining them are Brandon De la Cruz and Tyler Hageria, who completed their rounds as the low-gross winners with a score of 67. We’ll see you in Orlando!
Congrats on an impressive 58, Kim Trowbridge and Harley Bjelland!
Congrats on your 67, Brandon De la Cruz and Tyler Hageria.