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Tiger Woods to Appear on Charlie Rose, Stephen Colbert

There's A Lot to Learn About the New Tiger Woods
From his Ryder Cup vice captaincy to his Safeway Open WD, we've learned quite a bit lately about Tiger Woods.

Tiger Woods will be on television this week, but he won't be swinging a golf club. 

To tout the 20th anniversary of the Tiger Woods Foundation, Woods will be a guest on Charlie Rose's PBS show before heading over to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS.

According to a release, Woods' conversation with Rose will "discuss education, impact and plans for the future, among other topics. The candid conversation will offer an in-depth look into Tiger's professional life inside and outside of golf." 

Woods recently unveiled "TGR," a rebranding of Woods' business ventures that includes the Tiger Woods Foundation and his golf course design, event planning and restaurant businesses. The goal of TGR is to "unite Tiger's businesses within a single brand that reflects his vast experience in philanthropy, design, performance, partnerships, events and hospitality."

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