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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Tiger is coming

Posted By on Wed, Apr 12, 2006 at 12:17 PM

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We ran into a PR guy on the street who passes along word of a visit to LR in May by Tiger Woods. Don't try to make plans. He's to be here May 29-30 for a special charity golf tournament at Alotian, the Warren Stephens-backed private club overlooking Lake Maumelle. 72 lucky golfers have paid to play in the event, guaranteeing a $1 million haul for charities favored by the late Jackson T. Stephens, in whose honor the event will be named. It will have a five-year run. The event will benefit the two First Tee golf courses for kids, the Arkansas Arts Center, UAMS, UALR and Episcopal Collegiate School.

No, we don't know what Tiger's appearance fee might be.

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