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L A S T I N G E F F E C T

With new technology and digital curriculum, the Tiger Woods Foundation has high expectations for its reach to students in need

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2016

and benefitting his foundation and other local

Woods went on to say in the next five years,

charities, Woods was invited to the broadcast

through the Discovery Education partnership

booth during the final round coverage where

and ground-breaking digital-based curriculum,

he excitedly talked to sportscaster Jim Nantz

the Tiger Woods Foundation will “double our

about the future of his foundation:

capacity.”

“It’s been quite an honor to have helped so

“So we’re not only going to be teaching

many kids,” Woods told Nantz in response

hundreds of thousands of teachers, but in turn,

to the Foundation’s past 20 years. “It’s been

those teachers will be teaching millions of kids,”

incredible. We’ve helped so many kids, so many

Woods added. “So our STEM curriculum is

underserved kids. … And most of them, just

going to impact the world globally. It is going to

under 90 percent of our kids, are first-time

be significant.”

generation students to ever go to college. So it’s a big deal.”

Thousands of lives are going to be affected,

“These kids have so much potential, so much

with his trademark smile, “Millions.”

talent. It’s just that they’re not given the chance, and we’re here to give them a chance and also teach them how, along the way, to chase after

Nantz interjected. Then, Woods quickly replied

Once again, leave it up to Tiger Woods to push the limits and raise the bar.

their dreams and make those dreams happen. We have some big, big plans for expansion over the next five years to go global.”

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