|Tiger Woods Foundation|
Since its inception in 1996 by Tiger Woods and his father, Earl, the Tiger Woods Foundation has reached an estimated 10 million young people through character development, career exploration, scholarships and grant-making programs. Programs developed and supported by the Tiger Woods Foundation all share a similar mission of empowering young people to dream big and to set specific goals to achieve their dreams.
Specific programs of the Foundation include the Tiger Woods Learning Center, a youth-education facility and curriculum based in Anaheim, Calif., and Tiger's Action Plan, a nationwide character-development program based on Earl D. Woods' book Start Something. Tiger's Action Plan is a free program for youth 8-17 that addresses three priorities: character education, volunteer service and career exploration. In celebration of Earl Woods' lifelong dedication to helping young people achieve their dreams, TWF created the Earl Woods Scholarship program that works to send bright, underserved young people to college for up to four years.
More information on the Tiger Woods Foundation and its programs can be found at www.TigerWoodsFoundation.org »
The $6 million AT&T National features an invited field of 120 PGA Tour professionals. Philadelphia's Aronimink Golf Club will host the event in 2010-11, and Congressional Country Club (Bethesda, Md.) will return as the tournament's host from 2012-17. All proceeds from the event benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation and local charities. This prestigious event also pays tribute to the many courageous men and women serving in our armed forces. Past champions include Justin Rose (2010), Woods (2009), Anthony Kim (2008) and K.J. Choi (2007). For more information on the AT&T National, please visit www.attnational.org »
|Chevron World Challenge
Hosted by Tiger Woods, the Chevron World Challenge presented by Bank of America brings together 18 of the world's greatest golfers in a four-day tournament at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif. Every year, the event raises more than $1 million for programs of the Tiger Woods Foundation, including the Tiger Woods Learning Center and Tiger's Action Plan. For more information on the Chevron World Challenge, please visit www.ChevronWorldChallenge.com »