Led by Tiger’s vision and inspired by his commitment to excellence on and off the golf course, TGR unites its namesake’s ventures in a focused mindset, a precise method, and an ongoing pursuit of mastery. Together, we’re working to give everyone the opportunity to define excellence for themselves.Learn More
As TGR’s philanthropic arm, TGR Foundation champions students’ breakthrough transformations and equips them with the knowledge and skills needed to exceed any and all expectations.Learn More
TGR Live manages and produces unforgettable charity events that benefit the TGR Foundation. TGR Live events showcase a premium experience for all guests, from PGA TOUR events to music events and golf outings.Learn More
TGR Design is a renowned golf course design firm guided by Tiger’s unique creative vision and strategic insight, resulting in the creation of the world’s most innovative, playable courses.Learn More
Envisioned as Tiger’s ideal place to relax with friends and family, The Woods elevates the premium sports bar experience.Learn More
25 Years of Impact: How TGR Foundation is achieving Tiger Woods’ vision through digital programs
With TGR Learning Lab campuses and the renowned Earl Woods Scholar Program impacting students across the country, TGR Foundation had established itself as a leader in STEM education and college-access by 2016. In spite of countless student success stories at that time, our founder, Tiger Woods, wanted to achieve more and set a goal to reach millions of students around the world. To reach that goal – in years, not decades – TGR Foundation began working to build a digital presence from the ground up.
We started by asking driving questions including and them with the launch of TGREDUExplore.org, a free platform developed in partnership with Discovery Education.
Student Spotlight: How a class in Raspberry Pi is sparking student curiosity and career exposure
At just 14-years-old, Christopher “Topher” Cornell loves to take on new challenges. In the year-and-a half that he’s been a TGR Learning Lab student member, Topher has joined numerous classes exploring topics from graphic design to app development and forensics. A high school freshman at Cambridge Virtual Academy, Topher partook in the TGR Learning Lab’s Pi-ology class this summer and had the opportunity to work with a Raspberry Pi for the first time. Learn more about his hands-on experience with the Pi and how he plans to incorporate what he’s learned into his possible future career!
25 Years of Impact: How TGR Foundation transforms classrooms worldwide through educator professional learning
As educators come through the TGR Learning Lab for the very first time, they often hear the excited chatter from students busy tinkering and creating. From the mechanical sounds of gears rotating within the 3D printers to EV3 robots zipping up and down the hallways, there is a palpable energy throughout the building.
These educators quickly catch onto the enthusiasm coming from the students who are given the unique opportunity to move beyond textbooks and truly take charge of their learning. Having worked with both students and educators, what I’ve come to recognize is that regardless of our age or life experiences, we all have a natural curiosity and a desire to be life-long learners. Teachers love to be just as engaged as their students. It reminds them firsthand of what their students will be challenged with when they learn new concepts.
How TGR Foundation prepares students for college life through virtual Pre-College Retreat
Over the past year, our team has learned to embrace change. Prior to March 2020 – all our incoming Earl Woods Scholars would gather at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, CA to partake in our annual Pre-College Retreat. However, this year was different; our team had to pivot and transform an in-person event to a virtual setting.
Our first priority was to keep our scholars safe by having them attend the event from home. Keeping to tradition, the Pre-College Retreat remained a two-day event. We had 15 scholars join us from Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Orange County, CA.
25 Years of Impact: How a life-changing experience helped me achieve success
Being a first-generation college student comes with a lot of pride and a sense of accomplishment, but it also comes with a lot of challenges. My parents, who immigrated from Mexico as unaccompanied minors, paved the way for me to succeed but did not know how to support me academically. I did well throughout my early education and through high school, but I did not decide on a path or clearly know of the college path until my high school counselor nominated me for the Earl Woods Scholar Program.
I can honestly say that being an Earl Woods Scholar was life changing. It laid the foundation for my later achievements and allowed me to truly understand the value of mentorship.
A Timeline of Tiger Woods as Entrepreneur
Tiger Woods is more than a golfer. Over the past 20 years, the 14-time major winner has expanded his brand into charity work, golf course design and the restaurant business. Here's a look at some of the biggest moments in Woods' quest to make a name for himself off the course.
Tiger Woods Shares His Best Productivity And Time Management Skills
“There’s only so much time you can dedicate to certain things, but when you do, you go all out into it.”
Tiger Woods starts the next chapter of his career with 'TGR' business enterprise
Woods already has a plan in motion for when he finally decides to hang up his spikes.