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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:53 Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:46
ATLANTA, Georgia — As golfers fine-tuned their games at Atlanta’s East Lake Golf Club on the final practice day at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola, PGA TOUR player and Callaway Staff Pro Harris English took some time out to help two wounded heroes work on their own golf swings, as part of the Callaway Warrior Club Fitting Program. Conducted in partnership with the TOUR’s Birdies for the Brave military outreach initiative, the program is designed to aid in the rehabilitation process and express appreciation for wounded veterans’ service and sacrifice by providing them with the opportunity to be fit with their own set of custom golf clubs during a PGA TOUR tournament. The fitting at East Lake was the 100th Callaway Warrior Club Fitting to be hosted since the program’s inception four years ago, and the 13th to be hosted in 2015.
“It was my absolute pleasure to spend some time with these true American heroes,” said English. “Sometimes we think we have it tough out on the golf course, but what these guys have gone through on behalf of our country is just unbelievable. I am truly grateful for the opportunity to give back, and to work with Callaway and Birdies for the Brave, both of whom do so much for our military.”
Last Updated on Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:46 Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:42
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Web.com Tour Wives have partnered with the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship to “Fill the Cart with Fun!” The Web.com Tour Wives is inviting tournament attendees to team up to help fill golf carts with games, toys and crafts that will benefit the patients of the Pediatric Cancer Unit at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Donations will be accepted during tournament week, September 24 - 27. For a list of needed items, please click here.
Additionally, representatives from the Web.com Tour Wives presented Nationwide Children’s Hospital with a $1,500 donation.
Last Updated on Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:42 Saturday, 26 September 2015 22:34
Defining moments at the TOUR Championship has forged PGA TOUR champions since the inception of the FedExCup; off the green St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has created defining moments of it's own for over a half century.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2015 19:32 Thursday, 24 September 2015 19:24
ATLANTA, Georgia (Doug Milne/PGA TOUR) — If you’re on the PGA TOUR and have made it to Atlanta, you’re one fired up individual.
If you’re on the TOUR and not in Atlanta, well, your season is officially over. You’ve been eliminated from the FedExCup Playoffs and have shut it down for a while, descended into that much-anticipated respite.
Unless, of course, you’re Erik Compton.
At No. 124 on the FedExCup points list, Compton did not get his ticket punched to the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola at East Lake in Atlanta this week. His season ended after the second round of the Wyndham Championship more than a month ago. Yet, there he was, in Atlanta this week, and busier than anyone. In fact, this was one stop the Miami native etched in stone a long time back.
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 September 2015 19:23 Thursday, 24 September 2015 19:14
JUPITER, Florida (Mark Soltau/TigerWoods.com) — When Tiger Woods decided to build a new restaurant, he did what he has always done in golf: surround himself with the best team, do his due diligence and work hard. Much like the start of his career, The Woods Jupiter is already receiving rave reviews.
Opened August 10, 2015, at Harbourside Place on the water in Jupiter, Florida, The Woods Jupiter is packing in customers in its spacious, elegantly designed upscale restaurant and sports bar. There are 42 large flat-screen televisions throughout the restaurant, including 16 in the comfortable lounge area. While the dress code is casual, the décor, service, food and wine list are upscale.
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