A hero on so many levels, he took the stage yesterday during the "We are One" concert outside the Lincoln Memorial, alongside several other notable figures for Barack Obama's long-awaited Inauguration.
Associated Press: Woods has been as apolitical as they come, keeping his views firmly to himself during his rise to become the world's top golfer. It was only after Obama's election in November that Woods expressed his excitement over "a person of color in the White House."
"I am the son of a man who dedicated his life to his country, family and the military, and I'm a better person for it," Woods said referring to his late father, Earl Woods, who did two tours during the Vietnam War with the U.S. Army Special Forces, "always stand by and support the men and women in uniform and their families."
I wonder if Barack and Tiger had some time to tee-it-up at Congresssional Country Club, where Tiger hosts the AT& T National, a new PGA Tour event in July in Bethesda Maryland, just outside of DC? .....Wouldn't it be fun to play in a threesome with Tiger and Barack? Two of my all time faves!
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