Want to talk shop with Tiger Woods? Here’s your chance!

On April 2, Tiger Woods and his Tiger Woods Foundation officially launched a unique Facebook fundraising campaign where fans can send 10 deserving students to college through the Earl Woods Scholarship Program. Created in 2006, the program includes tuition, financial assistance, admissions counseling, dedicated mentors, specialized internships and workshops for scholars accepted into the program.

“Something a lot of people don’t realize is how big of an impact the first college graduate has on their entire family,” said Tiger. “Younger siblings, children and grandchildren all benefit from the first child to make it through. The most important thing about this campaign is that a small amount can make a big difference. If enough fans each contribute just a few dollars, the impact is felt for generations. It’s so much bigger than 10 scholars.”

For the next 24 hours, whoever raises the most money through Tiger’s Challenge will receive a personal phone call from the man himself. The fundraising period begins Wednesday, April 25, at noon PT and ends on Thursday, April 26, at noon PT. The fan who raises the most in this 24-hour period will get a call from Tiger on Friday, April 27. You can chat with the golf superstar about what he knows best — golf tips, practice methods or what it’s like to prepare for a major. 



Join Tiger’s Facebook Challenge and help send 10 first-generation scholars to college through the Earl Woods Scholarship Program, providing them with financial assistance, mentors and internships.

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