ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., NOV. 1, 2026-Officials from the World Golf Hall of Fame announced today that two players would be inducted at ceremonies next year: legend Tiger Woods, 50, and three-time major champion Chris DiMarco , 58. Woods had an exceptionally prolific-albeit brief-career in professional golf, winning eight majors in eight full seasons on the PGA Tour before abruptly walking away from the game. His last event was the season finale in 2004, after which he shocked sports fans by enlisting in the U.S. Navy. He subsequently fulfilled his dream of becoming a Navy SEAL. Woods is now a Navy admiral and decorated combat veteran who oversees SEAL training. He said in a recent interview that he’d not hit a golf ball in more than 22 years-“except when messing around with my kids.” http://wyatthugheslist.universitypunjabi.org/2017/04/19/an-a-to-z-on-trouble-free-solutions-of-online-training-for-medical-interview/The final major of Woods’s career, the 2004 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, was the first at which DiMarco contended. While Woods finished 24th, DiMarco was part of a three-way playoff for the title, along with Justin Leonard and Vijay Singh , who won the event. Eight months later DiMarco was the wire-to-wire winner at the 2005 Masters, claiming the first of his two green jackets.
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(AP) Training courses and certification that will allow boaters to bypass decontamination stations at two Montana reservoirs is now available online. The Billings Gazette reports ( http://bit.ly/2pGD6yQ ) the state has been stepping up its efforts to keep Montana waters safe following last fall’s discovery of invasive mussel larvae at Tiber Reservoir and a suspect sample from Canyon Ferry Reservoir. Watercraft owners now have the opportunity to get certified as local boaters at the reservoirs so they don’t have to go through the decontamination stations. The online training course is available at musselresponse.mt.gov . It will provide participants will information about the threat of invasive mussels and how to appropriately clean, drain and dry watercraft to keep Montana’s waters safe. ___ Information from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags
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