Tiger Woods Niece Looks to Make Her Mark in World of Golf

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – When Tiger Woods’ niece steps up to the tee, it’s obvious golf is in her DNA. Cheyenne Woods has got the firm grip and a fluid swing, not to mention the almond-shaped eyes and wide smile of her uncle Tiger.

With her Wake Forest University golf coach and teammates watching at a recent practice, the pressure was on the team’s lone freshman. She wasn’t too happy with a tee shot that landed near a tree, but pumped the next through some branches, over sand traps and onto the green.

“My mom and I would go to the park every night and hit balls because she didn’t know what a driving range was,” the 18-year-old Woods said. “That’s when I fell in love with it.” Continue reading

Bush Becomes Candid In Latest Interview About Iraq Flaws

Nuclear George

As the press continues to “humanize” Bush before he leaves office, this interview with Politico is interesting in that it has Bush admittting he was misled by flawed info in regards to Iraq. Says his faith has grown stronger while in office and says he doesn’t believe “race” will be a factor in the upcoming presidential race. He also said he symphasizes with the Democratic nominees and also can’t wait to get to “e-mailing his pals” once he leaves office. In addition to taking pot shots at former President Carter for doing what he refuses to do in the Middle East, he admits that global warming is real and he no longer plays golf because it is the wrong image to be portraying during times of war.

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush said Tuesday he was disappointed in “flawed intelligence” before the Iraq war and was concerned that if a Democrat wins the presidency in November and withdrew troops prematurely it could “eventually lead to another attack on the United States.”
In an interview with the political newspaper Politico and Yahoo News, Bush also said he gave up golf in 2003 out of respect for U.S. soldiers killed in the war, which has now lasted more than five years.
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