Following his impressive Sunday charge at the Masters last week, Tiger Woods boarded a plane and flew overnight to Shenzhen, China to participate in the Nike Golf "Make it Matter" Tour event. This event, centered around Chinese and Korean golf enthusiasts and fans, took place at the famed Mission Hills Golf Club and allowed almost 5000 area youngsters and fans to walk the final three holes of the course with Tiger. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PYZzZk0I_I&]
According to the Bader Group:
Earlier in the day, China's top junior golfers faced off in an age group competition to crown the best young golfers in the country. While they played hard and might have thought they were done for the day; Tiger took them back out to help fine tune their developing skills. Tiger admitted to the large crowd that these 12 and 14 year-olds hit the ball harder and further than he did when he was learning the game.
The Tiger Woods - Nike Golf "Make it Matter" Tour of China and Korea aims to illuminate the sport of golf in Asia -- all through the insights shared by Woods as it relates to golf, including athletic training, practicing, preparing for competition and more.