Former President Bush to receive Bob Jones Award; Tiger to skip Kapalua event
The USGA will award former President Bush with the Bob Jones Award in honor of his distinguished sportsmanship in golf. Bush’s grandfather, George Herbert Walker, was a former president of the USGA …
“I’m very flattered to receive this award,” Bush said in a statement. “Golf has meant a lot to me. It means friendship, integrity and character.”
Tiger Woods will skip the 2008 PGA Tour opener, the Mercedes-Benz Championship at Kapalua, for the third straight year. Woods, who won last week’s Target World Challenge, has said he wants to spend time at home before starting the next season …
At TravelGolf.com, Chris Baldwin writes about The Challenge at Manele, a spectacular Jack Nicklaus-designed ocean golf course on Lanai, Hawaii.
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