Vegas- This past weekend Tiger Woods and Janet Jackson intertwined golf and a concert for Woods 21st Tiger jam for his foundation TGR.
Woods felt like the weekend was a success and thanked everyone who came out and supported his event.“Tiger Jam was a tremendous success this year,” said Tiger Woods. “I am grateful to Janet Jackson, our guests who attended, along with all the sponsors and donors who support the event every year. This support helps us reach our goal at TGR Foundation to reach millions of kids through education.”
Many celebrities came out and supported the event like former professional football star and Fox Sports host Reggie Bush, former Major League Baseball All-Star Shane Victorino, “The Bachelor”, host Chris Harrison, and NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook.
Woods played early on Friday morning with a selected group of individuals that did a private interview with him. During the reception, TGR Foundation Earl Woods Scholar Chiamaka “Chia” Obilo, a second-year student at Harvard University spoke on how this foundation has helped her through many obstacles that she had to endure to accomplish her goals.
After the tournament and reception were over, guests enjoyed Janet Jackson’s concert. All in all, Woods thought this was a great event and it touched him with all the support that was shown throughout the weekend
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