Our Impact

Founded in 1996, the TGR Foundation champions breakthrough transformations and equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in school and beyond.

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Our Donors

Access to quality education is a global issue that impacts everyone. TGR Foundation partners with innovators, educators, business leaders and community members who are passionate about education and committed to helping students thrive. Together, we are Champions of the Unrelenting.

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Our Team

TGR Foundation is a team of dedicated individuals who are passionate about empowering students to thrive. We are deeply committed to every student who comes through our programs, and believe that the power of education, coupled with the right resources, will ensure lifelong success.

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Fundraising Events

For over 20 years, funds have been raised through events produced by TGR Live, the exclusive event management company of TGR Foundation. TGR Live creates amazing experiences at world-class events across the country, including three PGA TOUR golf tournaments, an exclusive entertainment experience in Las Vegas and a luxury golf outing at Pebble Beach.

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Meet Our Champions: Erica & Jessica Rivera


Recent Press

The Note Book

Teachers learn how to teach science through inquiry

Bryan and Montell were two of six teachers who attended a professional development session on Tuesday, part of a weeklong workshop in math and science instruction called STEM Studio, run by the TGR Foundation.

The teachers were from a variety of schools, grades, and experience. One taught science at Sheridan Elementary School, another taught high school students, and another will just start teaching in the fall.

Golf World

The 1,000-mile drive that changed Tiger Woods' foundation

Tiger Woods wasn’t sleeping because no one could. The country had been sucker-punched, and it was dazed, disoriented. So instead of enjoying the comforts of a bed before a World Golf Championship at Bellerive Country Club, Woods found himself at a gas station in the dark of night on Sept. 12, 2001, hours away from St. Louis, civilization and cell phone service. He had set off for Isleworth, his home, welcoming the 1,000-mile that led to a change in his foundation to have an impact beyond golf.

U.S. African Development Foundation

USADF and TGR Foundation Partner to Support African STEM Education Entrepreneurs

The U.S. African Development Foundation (USADF), the U.S. Government’s African enterprise agency, and TGR Foundation – A Tiger Woods Charity, announced today a joint venture to support African education entrepreneurs.

Working together in support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, USADF has sponsored three promising educational entrepreneurs to take part in TGR Foundation’s 10-day long educator professional development program, TGR EDU: Create’s International STEM Studio, this summer. In partnering with USADF, TGR Foundation is able to expand their education training platform throughout Africa.


TGR Foundation Helps Students Through College Admissions

While Tiger Woods challenges his legacy on the golf course, his legacy is being reaffirmed in Anaheim.
Woods established TGR Foundation in 1996 to provide underprivileged children with resources to help improve their college readiness. He later created TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, which is not far from where he grew up.
The Learning Lab takes an emphasis in science and promotes fields such as engineering and technology. Since its inception, the Learning Lab has helped more than 150,000 children.

Orange County Business Journal

Eye of the Tiger How Tournament at Riviera Serves Community in Anaheim, Goal of Reaching 1 Million Kids Nationwide

“These kids are being equipped to succeed in life, not to just succeed in college,” says foundation Chief Executive Rick Singer, who has set a goal to reach one million students and provide professional development to 5,000 teachers...

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Thanks to Discovery Education, we have Dr Katherine Bihr of Tiger's Foundation with a curriculum available with interactive resources, designed for grades 6-12, to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills with real-world applications in college access and STEM learning.

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Katherine Bihr, Ed.D.

Dr. Katherine Bihr is the Vice President of Programs and Education for the Tiger Woods Foundation, where she's spent over 12 years implementing award-winning STEM curriculum and after-school programs for underserved youth through the TGR Learning Labs across the country. Through the foundation, Dr. Bihr also oversees the Earl Woods Scholar Program, bringing college access, financial aid, mentorship and internships to promising students in financial need.

Education Dive


TGR EDU: Explore to Offer Middle and High School Classrooms Free, Engaging, Interactive Tools and Digital Experiences

Tiger woods with Earl Woods Scholars


We’ve made great strides helping young people and their communities, but we can always do more. Quality educational resources transform students and their schools. Join Tiger to invest in programs that empower underrepresented youth to thrive in school, their communities and the working world.

A Transformative Investment

  • Prepare millions of youth for future STEM jobs
  • Create equal access to higher education for all youth
  • Bring high-quality STEM education to more schools nationwide
  • Provide professional development for educators
  • Provide scholarships to underrepresented, high-achieving students


Our interactive digital resources, designed for students in grades 6-12, develop problem-solving and decision-making skills with real-world applications in college-access and STEM learning. TGR EDU: Explore offers 30+ assets for educators, students and families including webinars, lesson plans, family discussions starter and a virtual field trip.

Featured Resources:

  • College Blueprint: Students take a virtual campus tour to learn about the college admissions process — from exploration and acceptance to paying for college.
  • Video Game Design: Challenge your students to learn Video Game Design from predicting viable industry career paths to taking the first steps in development and coding, students will learn how to make the next generation video game come to life.
  • College Access Webinar: Higher-education experts discuss how high school students can prepare for the college admissions process. The session focuses on the importance of self-advocacy in students and what it looks like.
  • What’s Lurking in Your Fast Food? Join a TGR Learning Facilitator and STEM students as they synthesize information on the carbohydrates, lipids and proteins – by conducting a series of chemical tests to determine which major biomolecules appear in common foods.
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