Nine core values that Tiger Woods lives by, Chicken Soup for the Woman Golfer's Soul and the man who embodies the spirit of Bobby Jones
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This week on our Golf for Beginners podcast, we discuss why the recipient of the 2008 Bob Jones award was selected. George H.W. Bush, Sr. not only embodies the spirit of the game but his ancestors have long been intertwined with the USGA, offering the former President of the U.S.A. the ability to follow in the footsteps of his patriarchs.
Earl Woods would have been another great choice for the Bob Jones Award. The First Tee National Academy hosted it’s inaugural project at K-State, home of Woods’ National Youth Golf Academy. We remind our listeners of the importance of the nine basic principles that all selected youth are taught at the First Tee Program. I’m sure that Tiger Woods has these ingrained in memory and will pass them along to Sam Alexis.
Finally, we discuss the book, “Chicken Soup for the Woman Golfers Soul". Where it’s certainly inspirational, there are points which miss the mark.
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