Building Dreams tiger woods foundation year in review 2003 TIGER WOODS FOUNDATION

Building Dreams
tiger woods foundation year in review 2003
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blueprint for success
In 2003, the Tiger Woods Foundation reached several milestones.
We awarded more than 119 grants to various youth-driven programs across
the United States; enrolled our one-millionth child into the Start Something
program; and finalized our plans for the construction of a 35,000-square-foot
youth education center in Orange County, California — the Tiger Woods
Learning Center.
Our fundraising events have continued to successfully support the
Foundation’s mission of empowering America’s youth. While fans enjoyed
Bon Jovi’s sold-out performance at April’s Tiger Jam VI benefit concert, funds
from the event restored the music program at a Las Vegas middle school.
In October, children from Pennsylvania, California, Puerto Rico and Florida
enjoyed three days of junior golf during our 29th TWF Junior Golf Clinic.
Finally, in December 2003, many fans watched Davis Love III become the first
two-time winner of the Target World Challenge presented by Williams
PGA TOUR event, benefiting the Learning Center project and Start
Something program.
Tiger Woods Foundation
Throughout the year, the Foundation received support from many
corporations, foundations and individuals. In addition, I also want acknowledge
and thank those that have made donations and pledges to the Learning
Center Capital Campaign.Through the generosity of many, 2003 has been
an excellent year. On behalf of everyone at the Foundation, thank you
for your support.
We empower young people to reach their highest potential by
initiating and supporting community-based programs that promote
the health, education and welfare of all of America’s children.
Tiger Woods, Founder
building the TWLC
Located in Anaheim, California, the Tiger Woods Learning Center is a 35,000-square-foot,
13-acre education facility located in Southern California where children will discover their
futures through programs in math, science, language arts and character development.
Inside, the Center will house seven classrooms, a computer lab, multi-media center,
cafe and student lounge.
In April 2003,Tiger and his father Earl joined with local children to celebrate the
groundbreaking of the Tiger Woods Learning Center. Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle,
Orange County Supervisor Tom Wilson and members of the TWLC’s Education
Committee were also on hand to help Tiger mark the beginning of the TWLC’s $25
million fundraising campaign, which has generated more than $17 million to date.
Construction begins in the summer 2004, and the Center opens in the spring of 2005.
tiger woods learning center
founder’s club
The Tiger Woods Learning Center would like to thank the following corporations
and individuals for their leadership gifts to the Tiger Woods Learning Center
Fundraising Campaign.
Tiger Woods
Huish Family
Buick Motor Division
Augusta National Golf Club
Target Stores
McDonald’s Corporation
American Express
Above and right: Renderings of the TWLC illustrate the building’s facade, the student lounge, computer lab and a classroom.
SBC Communications, Inc.
County of Orange
City of Anaheim
Coad Family
United States Golf Association
PGA of America
Homer Family
programs at the TWLC
The learning environment at the TWLC is focused on one principal: helping
students to make changes in both thought and action.
Programs in math, science and language arts focus on active participation in the
learning process allowing students to explore new ideas, discover new talents and
achieve success in ways they never knew existed.
At the TWLC, each student will make the connection between education and
success, using practical lessons to transform dreams into reality.
change your world
The TWLC will offer a Day Program, a four-week education curriculum for grades
4-6 that will reinforce lessons from the classroom and apply them to everyday life.
Children in this program will have an opportunity to learn practical lessons, such
as how math relates to becoming an architect or how science relates to becoming
a doctor.
The After-School Program will be for middle and high school students on traditional
schedules, turning dangerous after-school hours into a safe educational environment.
Studies will emphasize TWLC’s core educational values; however, After-School
students will focus on how their personal interests can translate into college or
careers. Sessions will last 8- to-12 weeks.
The TWLC will also offer weekend programs and a Summer Ambassador’s Camp that
will open the Center to students from across the country.These programs will also
serve as a continuum for students who have attended TWLC’s Day and
After-School Programs.
Students at the Tiger Woods Learning Center will study math, science and language arts.
start something for millions
by Earl D. Woods, Chairman
In July 2003, the Foundation and Target Stores had the pleasure of
announcing that Start Something celebrated the one-millionth program
participant — Janette Saldana, age 12, from Lindsay, California.
I am thrilled about the growth of Start Something. Reaching one
million members in just three years is a wonderful achievement and a
testament to the value of the program. I can’t wait to see all of these
children reach their dreams, and Janette is a wonderful example of
Start Something’s positive impact.
Her dream is to be an architect, and the program has helped her
work with a local architect to create a landscape design model for a
housing complex in her hometown.Through Start Something, Janette
has been able to define her goals and directly understand the impact
that one person can make.
As the Foundation continues to grow, I am proud that
Start Something is continuing to grow as well, changing the way
our children think, act and live.
start something
START SOMETHING encourages kids ages 8 to 17 to identify a specific personal
desire or goal and begin taking steps toward achieving their dreams. In the
process, kids also identify personal values, interests and talents needed to achieve
their dream goal. Best of all, they can qualify for scholarships to fund their special
interests. Since the program’s debut in 2000,Target Stores has awarded over
$650,000 to Start Something scholarship winners.
Above: Tiger with the one-millionth Start Something participant, Janette Saldana.
EACH YEAR, the Foundation’s annual events have helped thousands of children
by raising funds for projects like the Tiger Woods Learning Center, Start Something,
Target House and the Foundation’s Grant Making Program. In 2003, the Target
World Challenge presented by Williams,Tiger Jam VI, Foundation Junior Golf Clinics
and the Deutsche Bank Championship raised millions for these efforts.
HOSTED BY TIGER WOODS, the Target World Challenge presented by Williams is
a 72-hole, stroke play event co-sponsored by the PGA TOUR. Featuring the top 16
players in the world, the Target World Challenge always brings together the world’s
best golfers in an intimate setting.
Returning to defend his 2002 title, Padraig Harrington joined a field that also included
Woods, Fred Couples, Mike Weir and Davis Love III.The tournament began with a
Celebrity Pro-Am on Tuesday and Wednesday that included celebs such as Kevin James,
Wayne Gretzky and Martin Sheen.
Professional play began on Thursday as the competitors vied for their share of the
$5 million purse. Sunday’s round proved to be the most exciting as rain-soaked fans
watched Tiger shred the 9-stroke lead held by Davis Love III. In the end, however,
Love III triumphed and claimed the $1.2 million First Place Prize. Woods finished
second and donated his winnings to the Foundation.
Purse: $5,000,000 — Course: Sherwood Country Club — Par: 72
Davis Love III
Tiger Woods
Padraig Harrington
Justin Leonard
Mike Weir
K.J. Choi
Vijay Singh
Robert Allenby
Fred Couples
Nick Price
Chris DiMarco
Shaun Micheel
Jay Haas
Ben Curtis
Kenny Perry
Darren Clarke
Tiger and his caddy Steve Williams at the 2003 Target World Challenge
Left: Ming Tsai prepares appetizers, Tiger poses with students from Jim Bridger Middle School in Las Vegas.
IN APRIL 2003, the Tiger Jam V1 benefit concert again raised more than
$1 million for the Tiger Woods Foundation and youth-driven charities in Las Vegas
and Los Angeles.Tiger Jam, held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas,
featured host Tiger Woods greeting thousands of fans between sold-out
performances from headliner Bon Jovi and special guests the Goo Goo Dolls.
In addition to the concert,Tiger Jam VI featured a live and silent auction of exclusive
items, including a round of golf with Tiger Woods, a trip to the NCAA Final Four, a
trip to the 46th annual GRAMMY® Awards and the opportunity to meet and greet
the celebrities of Tiger Jam.
Joining Tiger and the sponsors to help raise funds were Ray Romano, Kevin James,
Marc Anthony, Chris Tucker, Ronde and Tiki Barber, Marcus Allen, Gabrielle Union
and Lauren Holly.The Foundation also partnered with The VH1 Save the Music
Foundation to restore the music education program at Jim Bridger Middle School
in Las Vegas through funds raised at the Jam.
Jon Bon Jovi at Tiger Jam VI.
More than 100 youngsters from around the country joined Tiger Woods at the
2003 Coca-Cola/Tiger Woods Foundation Junior Golf Clinic, held Oct. 16-18 at
Walt Disney World Resort. Inner-city junior golf programs representing four
locations: Indio, Calif., Wilkinsburg, Pa., San Juan, Puerto Rico and Central Florida
all participated in the three-day junior golf event, marking the 29th clinic held
by the Tiger Woods Foundation since its inception in 1996.
junior golf
Junior golfers from around the country receive lessons from Tiger.
In November 2002, the Tiger Woods Foundation was selected as the beneficiary
of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston, held Aug. 29 – Sept. 1, 2003.The
Championship boasted a stellar field, featuring Tiger Woods,Vijay Singh, Jim Furyk,
Davis Love III and British Open champion Ben Curtis, and raised $1.5 million, the
highest by a first-year event in PGA TOUR history. During tournament week, the
Tiger Woods Foundation hosted a golf exhibition for more than 750 kids from
youth organizations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Earl Woods was joined by
PGA TOUR professionals Darren Clarke, Rickey Barnes and trick shot artist Chuck
“The HitMan” Hiter to entertain the attendees.
Based on each organization’s commitment to improving the lives of children
in New England,The Foundation awarded funds to the Massachusetts Golf
Association’s ForeKids Golf Program, Boston’s CityDance program and the
Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston and the Greater Providence Area. Proceeds
also benefited the Tiger Woods Learning Center in Southern California.
Above: A junior golfer enjoys a lesson at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
For the past five years, the Tiger Woods Foundation National Junior Golf Team
has competed in the Junior World Golf Championships held in San Diego, Calif.
The team once again had a terrific showing, and Jane Rah, a player in the
Girls 11– to 12-year-old division finished in first place.
In an effort to further extend the reach of junior golf to the youth of the country,
the Foundation began the “In the City” golf clinic program in 2003.The first three
clinics were held in Indio, Calif., Wilkinsburg, Pa., and San Juan, Puerto Rico and
were targeted to all youth, ages 7–17, and their families. Each three-day event
features golf lessons on Thursday and Friday of clinic week and a free community
festival on Saturday.
2003 benevolence list
sound investments
THE TIGER WOODS FOUNDATION is dedicated to making direct community
investments through grants and scholarships. In 2003, the Foundation supported
119 organizations that devote time and resources to help children achieve their
dreams and lead better lives.
Above: A young learner at the Center For Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University
Palmer Drug Abuse Program of Tulsa
Wisconsin Foundation for Independent College, Inc.
The Players, Inc.
Stepping Stone Foundation, Inc.
National Minority Junior Golf Scholarship Association
Fred Jordan Missions
Boys and Girls Club of Central Mississippi
The Harambee Christian Family Center
Shane's Inspiration
Life Support Counseling & Research, Inc.
The Role Model Program
The Piney Woods Country Life School
The Oakland Public Library Foundation
All Dorchester Sports League, Inc.
Martin Luther King Housing Development Association
Long Island University
Literacy, Inc.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Nevada
The Center for Peace Education
Dare Family Services, Inc.
Erie Neighborhood House
Free Arts for Abused Children of NYC
Bolder Options
Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
Camps for Kids
Catholic Charities & Community Services
of the Archdiocese of Denver, Inc.
Colorado Boys Ranch
Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge
Father Flanagan's Boy's Home DBA Girls & Boys Town
Good Shepherd Services of Orlando, Inc.
Higher Achievement Program
Junior Achievement of Florida's First Coast, Inc.
Mercy Hospital & Medical Center
Political Asylum Project of Austin
Project Dignity
South Bay Community Services
The Bank Street College of Education
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, Inc.
The Henry W. Grady Foundation, Inc.
The McClean Fletcher Center
Hospice Ministries, Inc.
Tulsa, OK
Milwaukee, WI
Sarasota, FL
Orlando, FL
Phoenix, AZ
Covina, CA
Jackson, MS
Pasadena, CA
Valley Village, CA
San Jose, CA
Piney Woods, MS
Oakland, CA
Dorchester, MA
Tacoma, WA
Brooklyn, NY
New York, NY
Las Vegas, NV
Cincinnati, OH
Somerville, MA
Chicago, IL
New York, NY
Minneapolis, MN
Everett, WA
Kansas City, MO
Denver, CO
La Juanta, CO
Baton Rouge, LA
Boys Town, NE
Orlando, FL
Washington, DC
Jacksonville, FL
Chicago, IL
Garden Grove, CA
Chula Vista, CA
New York, NY
New York, NY
Atlanta, GA
Jackson, MS
Youngsters from Shoes that Fit, the Boston Ballet’s City Dance Program and the Starfish Learning Center.
The Michael Bolton Charities, Inc.
Youth Challenge
Cambridge Camping Association, Inc.
ChairScholars Foundation, Inc.
City Impact, Inc.
Daniel M. Murphy Scholarship Foundation
Diocese of Palm Beach
Georgetown University Medical Center
Jeppesen VisionQuest, Inc.
Material Assistance Providers, Inc.
Matthew House, Inc.
North Midtown Community Development Corp.
Outward Bound West
Peninsula Bridge Program
Perry School Community Services Center, Inc.
Peter Westbrook Foundation, Inc.
R.O.A.R. of Washington
Sierra Adoption Services
State YMCA of Georgia, Inc.
The Church of St. Luke in the Fields
The Johns Hopkins University Center
for Talented Youth
PCA Worldwide Foundation
Fulfillment Fund
Community Campership Council, Inc.
California Institute of Technology
Josephson Institute of Ethics
Institute for Positive Living
The Foodbank of Southern California
Providence Child Center Foundation
Wealthy Theatre, Inc.
Students Run LA
The Bar Association of San Francisco
Branford, CT
Fairview Park, OH
New York, NY
Cambridge, MA
Odessa, FL
Oxnard, CA
Chicago, IL
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Washington, DC
Sanford, FL
Columbus, OH
Champaign, IL
Jackson, MS
San Francisco, CA
Menlo Park, CA
Washington, DC
New York, NY
Seattle, WA
Sacramento, CA
Atlanta, GA
New York, NY
Baltimore, MD
Palm Coast, FL
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
Pasadena, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Chicago, IL
Long Beach, CA
Portland, OR
Grand Rapids, MI
Reseda, CA
San Francisco, CA
Best Friends Foundation
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America
Florida Hospital Foundation
Camp Penuel, Inc.
Kids In Sports
Read Aloud America, Inc.
R.M. Pyles Boys
YES! Atlanta, Inc.
Springfield Day Nursery
Starfish Learning Center
National Minority Jr. Golf Scholarship
Southern CA Children’s Scholarship Fund
The GRAMMY Foundation
Center for Independent Living
Greater Las Vegas Inner City Games
Boys & Girls Club of Las Vegas
Communities in Schools
The VH1 Save the Music Foundation
Little Dreams Foundation Nyon
Las Vegas Founders’ Club Golf Foundation
Target Foundation
Independent Insurance Agent Junior Golf Classic
Buffalo Inner City Youth Fan Club for Golf, Inc.
Winnebago County Forest Preserve District
The First Tee of Greater America
Louisville Urban League Youth Golf Program
Partners of Parks
Golf Services Junior Programs
Big Brother Big Sister, Inc.
R.S.G.A./Rockford Community Trust &
Community Foundation of N. Illinois
Magic Junior Golf Association
Western States Golf Association
Washington, DC
St. Louis, MO
Orlando, FL
Ironton, MO
Los Angeles, CA
Honolulu, HI
Chicago, IL
CampValencia, CA
Atlanta, GA
Springfield, MA
Chicago, IL
Phoenix, AZ
Long Beach, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
New York, NY
Las Vegas, NV
Minneapolis, MN
Columbus, NJ
Buffalo, NY
Rockford, IL
Birmingham, AL
Louisville, KY
Long Beach, CA
Rockford, IL
Birmingham, AL
Rockford, IL
Ensley, AL
Los Angeles, CA
Students at the Starfish Learning Center and the Center for Creative Education.
Beloit Junior Golf
C.I.T.Y. Program of Jefferson County
First Tee of Columbus
Kid Zone & Summer Playgrounds
Birmingham Youth Golf
South East Junior Golf Academy
Friends of NORD
Adapted Golf & Teens with Disabilities
Partners in Neighborhoods Growth, Inc.
Golf, Inc.
Ohio State University
Mount Union
Emory University
Beloit, WI
Birmingham, AL
Columbus, OH
Rockford, IL
Birmingham, IL
New Orleans, LA
Rockford, IL
Birmingham, AL
Oklahoma City, OK
Columbus, OH
College Alliance, OH
Atlanta, GA
A junior golfer in Orlando, and Students at the Center For Talented Youth.
2003 scholarship recipients
JOEL ROBERT — South Atlanta High School, Atlanta, Georgia; Attending Emory University
Ohio State University
Mount Union College
ALEXIS ARNOLD — California State University Northridge • ANA BROWN — Ohio University
LAUREN BROWN — University of Richmond • SHAUN MCEWEN — Florida A & M University
JEREMY REED — Florida A & M University • STEPHEN REED — Texas A & M University
SONNY RAY RODRIGUEZ — Del Mar College • FREDERICK SPENCE, Jr. — Florida A & M University
EDWARD TURNER — Jackson State University • JOSHUA WOODING — University of Southern California
A dancer at the Boston Ballet’s City Dance Program
organizations nationwide thanks to the generous support of numerous corporations, individual
donors and the Combined Federal Campaign.The Foundation would like to thank these
sponsors for making the Foundation’s mission possible.
Target, Minneapolis, MN
Tiger Woods, Windermere, FL
Williams, Tulsa, OK
Coca-Cola, Atlanta, GA
Buick Motor Division, Detroit, MI
Accenture, Chicago, IL
American Express, New York, NY
Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta, GA
City of Anaheim, Anaheim, CA
County of Orange, Orange County, CA
Countrywide, Calabasas, CA
Dole Food Company, Westlake Village, CA
Golf Digest, Trumbull, CT
Huish Family, Salt Lake City, UT
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
McDonald’s Corporation, Oak Brook, IL
Sherwood Country Club, Thousand Oaks, CA
ADT, Boca Raton, FL
Boeing, Anaheim, CA
Coad Family, Anaheim, CA
Homer Family, Atherton, CA
NetJets Inc., Woodbridge, NJ
PGA Tour, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL
PGA of America, Palm Beach Gardens, FL
American Airlines, El Segundo, CA
Angel Investors, San Francisco, CA
Cirque du Soleil, Las Vegas, NV
EA Sports, Redwood City, CA
IMG, Cleveland, OH
Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA
Nike, Beaverton, OR
Nestle USA, Glendale, CA
TAG Heuer, Springfield, NJ
United States Golf Association, Far Hills, NJ
Upper Deck, Carlsbad, CA
Ventura Distribution, Thousand Oaks, CA
Jon Bon Jovi, Rumson, NJ
Deane Buchanan, Cleveland Heights, OH
Vencie Glenn, San Diego, CA
George Hubbard, Greenwich, CT
Robert Iger, Burbank, CA
Jeffrey Sheresky, New York, NY
Steven Sheresky, New York, NY
Steve Williams, New Zealand
John David Bennett, Los Alamitos, CA
Bill Young Productions, Houston, TX
Nadine M. Bounds, Fairfax, VA
Steven Blomberg, Germantown, MD
Jeffrey C. Briggs, Los Angeles, CA
Challenge For the Children, Orlando, FL
Cigna Foundation, Philadelphia, PA
Janice Corbett, Stoneham, MA
David E. Kelley Productions, Manhattan Beach, CA
David Taussig & Associates, Newport Beach, CA
Desert Community Foundation, Palm Desert, CA
Ken & Heidi Dilger, Carmel, IN
EMT Inc., Eaton, OH
Melvin B. Endy Jr., Dameron, MD
Tom & Dana Evan, Saratoga, CA
Evergreen Foundation, Cambridge, MA
Famous Photography, Dublin, OH
Tadao Furuichi, Los Alamitos, CA
David & Jenny Gibson, Tampa, FL
Global Consulting Group, Portsmouth, PA
Good Works Foundation, Santa Monica, CA
Judd A. Gregg, Washington, D.C.
Dennis & Marie Green, San Diego, CA
Maria Gutknecht, Gurnee, IL
Thomas E. Hamer, Los Alamitos, CA
Stuart K. Herzog, Lakewood, NJ
James D. Edgeworth, Jr. & Assoc., Houston, TX
Bob & Marianne Jenkins, Carmel, IN
Hoss Jones, Coronado, CA
Western Golf Association, Golf, IL
Katherine Keil, Los Alamitos, CA
Kevin & Kathy Klug, Cedar Rapids, IA
Las Vegas Founders’ Golf Foundation, Las Vegas, NV
Paul Levi, Vista, CA
John Lynch, San Diego, CA
Robert M. Mahoney, Los Alamitos, CA
Adam & Courtney Meadows, Carmel, IN
Tom & Kathy Mendoza, Sunnyvale, CA
MGM Grand Casino, Las Vegas, NV
MGM Mirage, Las Vegas, NV
Momentum, St. Louis, MO
Maria Morris, Del Mar, CA
NBC Studios, Burbank, CA
Steven Oakes, Long Valley, NJ
Kurt O’Brien, Los Alamitos, CA
Phyllis Overall, Victorville, CA
Richard Overly, Asheville, NC
P.F. Chang’s, Phoenix, AZ
Richard F. Proctor, Cordova, TN
Donald F. Ralph, Moedway, MA
Samuel Reeves, Fresno, CA
Douglas E. Reuter, Round Rock, TX
Rockwell FirstPoint Contact, Wood Dale, IL
Salesmanship Club of Dallas, Dallas, TX
Barry Sanders, Rochester Hills, MI
Stuart Scott, Farmington, CT
Larry Seedig, Las Vegas, NV
The Sosland Foundation, Kansas City, MO
The Stanley & Elise Roth Foundation, New York, NY
Time Warner Books, New York, NY
Top Design, Toluca Lake, CA
Universal Music Group, Inc., Delray Beach, FL
Bruce M. Waldack, Los Alamitos, CA
Jeffrey Weishaar, Methuen, MA
Earl D. Woods, Cypress, CA
Yahoo!, San Mateo, CA
Doug Yarris, Yountville, CA
SINCE 2001, the Tiger Woods Foundation has been a participant in the Combined
Federal Campaign (CFC), the world’s largest workplace fundraising drive operated
for federal civilian employees, postal employees and uniformed military personnel.
Each fall marks the beginning of the CFC season, and during the campaign, federal
employees are encouraged to support charities or causes in their local communities,
making their donations through payroll deductions.The Tiger Woods Foundation
continued it’s participation in 2003 and would like to thank everyone who
participates in the CFC program.
Find us listed alphabetically under Children First, America’s Charities.
endowment fund in 1999 to provide the Foundation with the opportunity to
grow into the future. A portion of the proceeds derived from the Foundation’s
events and unrestricted donations are directed to the endowment fund. Working
with professional staff, the Board’s Investment Committee oversees the endowment
fund and its investments.
Students at programs in Florida and California.
Tiger Woods, Founder
Earl D. Woods, Chairman, TWF
Honorable A. Deane Buchanan, Cleveland Heights Municipal Court
Gail Dorn, Consultant, Target Stores
Walter E. Douglas, Sr., President, Avis Ford, Inc.
John Hayes, Executive VP Global Advertising, American Express
Christopher J. Hubman, Chief Financial Officer, ETW Corporation
Michael P. Johnson, Sr. VP Human Resources and Administration, Williams Company
Rob Light, Managing Partner, CAA
Mark Steinberg, Esq., Co-President, Golf, IMG
Tiger Woods, Founder
Earl D. Woods, Chairman
Gregory T. McLaughlin, J.D., President
Joseph S. Grant, Jr., LLD, CFC Campaign Manager
Michelle A. Bemis, Director, Events
Dennis K. Burns, Director, Junior Golf
Keith Hester, Director, International Relations
Philip Ikehorn, Director, Start Something
Emily Anderson, Communications Manager
Bryon Bell, Operations Manager
Jin Choi, TWLC Project Manager
Michelle Kim, TWLC Program Manager
Stacy Stark, Event Coordinator
Geoff Cohn, Event Assistant
Marci Drake, Administrative Assistant
Maria Johnson, Administrative Assistant
Laurie Walls, Administrative Assistant
Stacy DeGroot, Communications Intern
Jamie Minkler, Event Intern
Liz Towle, Event Intern
Printing Dan Chambers, California Litho Arts
Photography JD Cuban, Golf Digest
Additional Photography Target Stores
Art Direction and Design