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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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Woods Ends Round 1 at The Northern Trust At Even Par

PARAMUS, N.J. – Stuck between clubs most of the way, Tiger Woods posted an even-par 71 on Thursday in the opening round of The Northern Trust at Ridgewood Country Club. Competing in the first leg of the FedEx Cup playoffs for the first time since 2013, the two-time winner finished with two birdies and two […]

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Tiger Prepares For The Northern Trust

PARAMUS, N.J. – After making a heroic run for his 15th major title at the PGA Championship, Tiger Woods is back in action this week in The Northern Trust at Ridgewood Country Club. It marks the start of the four-tournament FedExCup Playoffs, with Woods competing for the first time since 2013. He is the only […]

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Back to School Basics: 9 Tips to start the year strong

As a middle-school principal, I always looked forward to welcoming students, families and teachers back to school. The new year brings about excitement and challenges for everyone, so it’s important to start on a positive note. 

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Expanded Learning Program engages students beyond school at TGR Learning Lab

Although classes are back in session in many communities across the nation, learning doesn’t have to end as the bell sounds at the end of the school day. The Expanded Learning Program at the TGR Learning Lab welcomes middle and high school students in Anaheim, CA to the safe halls of our facility to benefit from academic support and hands-on learning experiences.

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Tiger Finishes Second in Thrilling Final Round Of The PGA Championship

ST. LOUIS – Turns out Carnoustie was an appetizer. Tiger Woods never led like he did on the closing nine at the Open last month, but he drew within a shot of the top-spot Sunday with heart and fight at sun-baked Bellerive Country Club in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship. It was […]

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Woods Tied For 6th Heading Into Sunday

St. Louis – For the second time in three weeks, Tiger Woods has put himself in position to win his 15th major title. He earned the early back-nine lead in the final round of the Open Championship at Carnoustie last month, eventually tying for sixth. Now Woods has a chance in the 100th PGA Championship […]

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Round 2 Of The PGA Championship Will Resume On Saturday Due To Inclement Weather

ST. LOUIS – After his opening round Thursday in the 100th PGA Championship at sultry Bellerive Country Club, Tiger Woods reminded the media that major championships are marathons. It didn’t take long to prove his point. A late starter Friday with Rory McIlroy and defending champion Justin Thomas, Woods was 3-under through seven holes and […]

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Scholar Voices: My Journey to Google and Stanford University

Computers have always enthralled me. As a child, I was spellbound by my family’s old Dell computer. For nearly a decade, I would go onto different websites solely to learn more about computers. It didn’t always come easily – like when I installed a virus trying to make a website – but I ultimately grew very comfortable behind a keyboard. I sought to understand the mechanics of computers, and I built my own computer the same year I took my AP Computer Science course. My passion for computers has led me to many exciting opportunities.

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Tiger Ends A Scorching First Round At The PGA Championship At Even Par

ST. LOUIS – Tiger Woods dug a deep hole Thursday in the first round of the 100th PGA Championship at sweltering Bellerive Country Club. He started bogey-double-bogey and seemed close to playing himself out of contention. But there’s a reason he’s won 79 times on the PGA Tour, including 14 majors. In the opening round […]

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Woods Makes His Arrival At The 100th PGA Championship

ST. LOUIS – The last time Tiger Woods was at Bellerive Country Club, the world and his life changed forever. Playing an early Tuesday practice round on Sept. 11, 2001, with Mark Calcavecchia for the World Golf Championships-American Express Championship, Woods and other players were called off the course after a terrorist-occupied commercial jet crashed […]

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Tiger Says Goodbye to Firestone With a Closing Birdie

AKRON, Ohio – It wasn’t the weekend he envisioned, but Tiger Woods finished with a bang. Playing in the last World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational on Sunday at Firestone Country Club, where he has produced eight victories, he closed in style by sinking a birdie putt on the 18th green. Woods pumped his right fist, raised […]

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TGR Foundation supports founder in MetLife MatchUp for a shot at $750K

The MetLife MatchUp recognizes players who have overcome challenging situations on the golf course throughout the PGA season. Our founder, Tiger Woods, advanced to the final round with a chance to earn $750K for TGR Foundation.

Founded in 1996 as a means to provide more for children who have less, TGR Foundation transforms young lives with innovative science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum, college-access programs and digital initiatives. The MetLife Matchup winnings can go a long way in helping TGR Foundation support underrepresented youth throughout the world.

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Woods Tied for 28th After Third Round of WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

AKRON, Ohio – Third rounds have brought out the best in Tiger Woods this year, but not Saturday. For the first time this season, he finished over par. Laboring most of the way, Woods tallied a 3-over 73 in the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational at toasty Firestone Country Club, where he has won eight times. […]

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Woods Tied For 10th After Friday’s Round at Firestone

AKRON, Ohio – Tiger Woods has excelled on moving day this year, and will need another stellar performance Saturday to contend at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational. He leads the PGA Tour with a 68.20 third-round scoring average, most recently firing a 5-under-par 66 at Carnoustie in the Open Championship. Following a four birdie/two bogey […]

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Expanding love for STEM: My International STEM Studio experience

As one of sixteen participants of TGR EDU: Create’s International STEM Studio, South African education entrepreneur and U.S. Africa Development Foundation grant recipient Mmabatho Mokiti shares her experience participating in the 10-day immersive STEM workshop.

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