Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek AUGUSTA, Ga. – The thing about not constantly holding a cellphone is it allows you to slap both hands with random strangers and fist pump everyone within arm’s reach. There was a lot of that happening Friday as Tiger Woods played his way into contention during a mesmerizing afternoon at […]
Bill Speros, author for Golfweek Augusta, GA – Tiger Woods showed plenty of roar during Round 1 of the Masters Thursday, crushing drives down the fairway and displaying plenty of flare from Augusta National’s crushed-marble bunkers and its “second cut.” He even held a share of the lead at 3-under on the back nine before […]
Although there have been many changes since TGR Foundation opened the doors of the flagship TGR Learning Lab in 2006, the support of the community and volunteers has remained unwavering. Joy Heverly is an original volunteer and has served at the front desk longer than a decade. In honor of National Volunteer Week, we recognize her dedication and service to our programs and mission to empower youth through education.
Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods’ big picture outlook on the game of golf has not changed much over the years. The goal is to peak four times a year, everything slowly building toward the majors months in advance. That process started for Woods around the same time he made his […]
April means one thing in the golf world: the Masters. From the highly coveted lottery for grounds tickets to the pristine and exclusive golf course at Augusta National, the Masters has a unique approach to every element of a golf tournament. Our founder, Tiger Woods, knows a thing or two, or four, about the Masters. […]
In honor of National Volunteer Week, we would like to point the spotlight on the hundreds volunteers that have served alongside us since the launch of the TGR Learning Lab in 2006. Our volunteers have been crucial to our success thus far and we are grateful to each individual that has committed countless hours to our students and programs.
The college application process is multi-faceted. For many students deciding which institution to attend is a challenge that is often coupled with how they will fund their education and other associated expenses.Although there are numerous resources and options for financial aid, many teens and families don’t know where to begin. TGR EDU: Explore aims to reduce the gap in financial aid and access to higher education by addressing scholarships as a critical element of the application process. It’s latest college-access lesson, Scholarship Case Study: Reducing the Gap, guides educators as they reverse the roles of students to help them learn best practices for college applications and how to implement them.
Phil Hellmuth joins Tiger Woods at the 8th annual Tiger’s Poker Night presented by the World Poker Tour® (WPT®), an exclusive charity poker tournament hosted by Woods, on Friday, May 24 at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Phil Hellmuth is a 15-time bracelet winner and analyst of WPT Raw Deal. Hellmuth will […]
Commissioned by Pacific Links International, Tiger Woods and Gil Hanse, together with the natural beauty of the Mākaha Valley, we will create one of golf’s finest and most sought-after golf destinations. Golfing icon Tiger Woods and his TGR Design company have today been unveiled as lead architects for one of two spectacular golfing layouts to […]
Dan Kilbridge, author for Golfweek Tiger Woods missed a 4-foot par putt on the 18th hole for a stunning 1-up defeat at the hands of Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard in the quarterfinals of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play Saturday in Austin, Texas. Woods entered the afternoon contest fresh off a victory over Rory McIlroy in the […]
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek AUSTIN, Texas – Tiger Woods withstood a charge from Rory McIlroy and weathered a nasty storm front that moved in over Austin County Club on the back nine to advance to the Elite 8 at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Woods took control of the match with birdies on the […]
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek AUSTIN, Texas – The dream match of titanic proportions became a reality Friday as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy each advanced out of pool play in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Now the heavyweights meet in the knockout round in an oversized ring otherwise known as Austin Country Club. The […]
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek AUSTIN, Texas – Brandt Snedeker became Public Enemy No. 1 in Texas. Snedeker toppled Tiger Woods, 2 and 1, in Thursday’s second round of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, putting Woods in a must-win situation in the final round of pool play Friday if he is to advance to the […]
Working toward its goal to reach millions of students through education, TGR Foundation recently had the opportunity to present at the 29th annual Central and Eastern European Schools Association (CEESA) conference in Warsaw, Poland. The theme, Making the World our Classroom: One Less Brick in the Wall, was a clarion call to participants hailing from 50 countries and 70 schools, to remove barriers and focus efforts on developing a more relevant and globally-centric approach to education.
With graduation on the horizon, I cannot help but reflect on my personal growth over the last four years. College has definitely served as a formative experience in my life – one where I’ve had several opportunities to critically engage with my identity.
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek AUSTIN, Texas – The only score that mattered was the final score. That was the exclamation point Tiger Woods made in describing his opening-round meeting with Aaron Wise on Wednesday in the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. While Woods was playing the event for the first time since 2013, he hadn’t […]
Steve DiMeglio, author for Golfweek AUSTIN, Texas – The eyes of Tiger were upon Austin Country Club the last two days as Woods readied himself to play in Texas for the first time in 14 years. Woods saw the home of the World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match Play for the first time Monday when he […]
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.
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.
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 […]